3000 meters one can experience the following:
* Low oxygen / low pressure
* Lack of fluid in the body
of Mountain sickness and symptoms respectively:
Acute mountain sickness: headache, nausea, and shortness of breath, loss of appetite and tiredness.
High altitude pulmonary edema: Dry cough, increased shortness of breath at rest, high pulse rate, drowsiness, less urine output, chest pains, tired sluggish feeling, blueness of face, lips and nails.
High altitude cerebral edema: - severe headache, hallucinations, changes in behavior, unconsciousness, double vision, irritability, mental confusion, ataxia and vomiting.
Our experienced climbing leader will give you current information and instruction for the following:Peaks and height in Meters
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