Oxygen Concentrator Rental for Altitude Sickness Relief in Vail and Beaver Creek

We Deliver High-Capacity Oxygen Concentrators for Quick Altitude Sickness Relief.

The majority of Vail lies about 8,000 feet above sea level. Although this creates some amazing opportunities for winter skiing and snowboarding, the high elevation does cause some health risks – especially for vacationers. 

It’s estimated that nearly half of Vail tourists experience at least some symptoms from altitude sickness, or Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). Our oxygen therapy deliveries are designed to provide fast, effective relief from the worst of these effects.

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Let Alpine Oxygen save your vacation!

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Our oxygen deliveries provide quick relief for altitude sickness symptoms without any detrimental side effects. Reserve your oxygen concentrator today, and we’ll deliver it directly to your Vail home, lodge, or resort.

Looking for same-day delivery or multiple oxygen machines? Speak with a Vail Alpine Oxygen associate over the phone. We will work to customize an oxygen rental package for you.

If you are an active or retired military member, ask about our discounted rates.

Warning Signs of Altitude Sickness in Vail

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Difficulty Sleeping

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Shortness of Breath

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Fatigue / Tiredness

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Rapid Pulse

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Loss of Appetite

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Fortunately, these symptoms can be relieved with the occasional use of supplemental oxygen, which is where oxygen tanks come in. Turn to Alpine Oxygen for an oxygen rental that will save your vacation.

Who Can Get Altitude Sickness?

Anyone of any age or physical condition can get altitude sickness. However, some individuals are at higher risk, including:

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Elderly people

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People with Asthma

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Individuals with respiratory disorders

What Are the Risk Factors for Altitude Sickness in Vail, CO?

Ascending to Breckenridge’s elevation quickly
Having a history of altitude sickness
Engaging in physical activity at high altitudes
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Our Oxygen Rental Process in Vail and Beaver Creek

  • 1

    Contact Alpine Oxygen

    Our advanced, easy-to-use reservations system provides timely receipts, instructions, and delivery updates. Please call 970-925-5125 for custom orders and same-day reservations. You can also make advanced reservations online.

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    Tell Us Your Location

    We deliver oxygen therapy directly to most major accommodations in Colorado and Jackson Hole, WY, as well as private homes and condominiums. We can bring the oxygen concentrator directly to the front door of your residence, or we can leave it with the front desk or reception area.

    Simply provide us with your address, as well as any applicable codes to gates, garages, or hallways. We may also require property management contact information for delivery.

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    Same-Day and After-Hours Delivery

    Alpine Oxygen commonly handles reservations made on the same day of delivery. Although we cannot always guarantee same-day delivery, we accommodate these requests to the best of our ability.

    Same-day reservations cannot be made online and must be made on the phone. After-hours deliveries are permitted on a case-by-case basis.

Make the Most of Your Trip to Vail, CO

Don’t waste your expensive trip to Colorado feeling sick. If you’re concerned about altitude sickness or you’re already experiencing it, contact Alpine Oxygen in Vail today

Group rentals and oxygen bars are available upon request. Please note that our rates may vary depending on the length of your booking and the season.

FAQs About Our Vail Oxygen Rentals

Many choose to start using supplemental oxygen as soon as they arrive in Vail, especially if they traveled there in less than a day. We recommend using the oxygen concentrator for at least 20 minutes before participating in any physical activity, especially hiking, snowboarding, or skiing.

After you start using an Alpine Oxygen concentrator, you should begin to notice your symptoms fading in fewer than 24 hours. Almost all of your symptoms should subside within the next one to two days if you are using supplemental oxygen consistently. 

Yes. In fact, we often advise that our customers sleep while using their oxygen concentrators. This is an excellent way to keep altitude sickness symptoms at bay and wake feeling refreshed the next morning. 

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What People Are Saying About Us Online

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I always use Alpine Oxygen every time we come out to high elevations, and never have a problem w/ my altitude sickness. They are a very… Read More

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Do You Require Same Day Delivery, Multiple Units, Special Event Circumstances, Shoulder Season or Frequent Booking Pricing?

We can customize our Vail Oxygen Services to your specific needs. Discounts are available for active and retired military.

When booking, start with dates, then pick your unit.

Call us to speak with an Alpine Oxygen Associate.

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