Have less downtime on your skiing, trekking, or climbing adventure

Lower oxygen at higher altitude and lack of acclimatisation can lead to Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) and compromise your skiing ,trekking or climbing holiday. Acute AMS can strike as low as 2000m and many ski fields are up to 4000m. While AMS affects people in different ways, Altitude training can help reduce or buffer against the symptoms of AMS and reduce the time you need to spend acclimatising on site. You will also arrive fitter, stronger and better equipped to deal with the rigours of activity at altitude.

Our trekking and adventure clients have a 100% success rate using our system

During a training session, the key metric to monitor altitude training progress is through intermittently measuring the amount of oxygen in our body (our blood oxygen saturation levels or SaO2 for short) using a pulse oximeter.

In order to stimulate the body to physiological adapt and to reap the benefits of altitude training, our blood oxygen saturation levels need to be between 80 – 85% (at sea-level our levels range from 95 – 100%).


We’ve just got back to Kathmandu after successfully making it to Everest Base Camp!

It was tough, hiking and camping for 15 days straight in winter with some seriously cold nights and snow, but it was totally worth it. One of the most rewarding things I’ve ever done. Thanks for all your awesome support and training that helped get us there!

CHRIS & DAKOTA, Everest Base Camp
Right now, without a doubt it feels like the toughest thing I’ve ever done mentally and physically; nothing comes close to be honest with everything we had to go through and all the challenges and adversity we had to overcome. Proudest moment and greatest achievement of my life to date. Thought about so many people and things to drive me on to get me to the top.
Thanks to everyone else at Peak Altitude and for pushing me so hard in training for this. It all paid off.
RIK E, Aconcagua

Just wanted to say thanks a lot for the opportunity to train at Peak! Thanks to the coaches for and all the tips for enjoyable climb!
No altitude sickness whatsoever, 97% of oxygen at 3am on a summit day!! The only Slovak girl on a Marangu route they remember 🙂
Thanks, you legends

SIV, Mt. Kilimanjaro
  • More efficient workout than at sea level ( up to 25% )

  • Decreased resting heart-rate and blood pressure

  • Less effort for same calorie burn