Reviews from mountain athletes

Jan Vanhees |
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

From the first contact I have very positive experience with Altitude Dream. You are very helpful and willing to provide extensive information about the operation of the products as well as the phenomenon of height and altitude training in general. Once again my sincere thanks for your support of our Mont Blanc expedition members.

Carl Mourisse |
De Pinte
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

The fact is that we all got to Mont Blanc without any problem of altitude sickness. According to our guides, this can only be explained by the height tent. And those guides are always right ???? Great experience by the way! Thank you for the guidance. Service was perfect, I would not know what else you can do better.

Stefaan Ottevaere |
Sint Martens Leerne
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Our mountain guides were convinced that our altitude tent must have had a major impact because we climbed up to 4550m on site almost immediately after our arrival and spent the night there, without anyone in our group experiencing any altitude sickness. So if you ask me: The height tent works! Furthermore, fine helped by you. Julie called ahead to cancel

Geert Sinnesael
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

I have rented a height tent several times at Altitude Dream. The altitude tent has certainly had its effect on fulfilling all my sporting altitude ambitions such as cycling of challenging coletaps as well as climbing Kilimanjaro and Mont Blanc, without altitude problems. Very fast and helpful service.

Kees Black |
★ ★ ★ ★

The low-oxygen tent worked well. I could start without problems at 3400 meters. Even higher I have experienced no problems up to 4800 meters. The service was also above expectations. Thanks!

Rob Gietema |
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

During my climb (Grand Paradiso 4061m) I had no problems with altitude sickness and shortness of breath, so I had a great experience. The service was fine, no comments or comments. Thanks!

Anonymous |
★ ★ ★ ★

Since I suffer from altitude sickness from 1500m and I wanted to see the mountain gorillas in Uganda, I slept in the height tent for 1 month (up to 4000m). We have just returned and the trip went smoothly. We left at 1600m and went up to 2000m and all without problems. It was a great success for me.

Jeroen Porteman |
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We traveled to a war zone in the Himalayas to find and capture the snow leopard at an altitude of 5,000 meters and freezing temperatures down to -25 ° C. Not an easy job as it is one of the rarest animals in the world. The height tent in the preparation of this expedition was a success, had no altitude sickness at all. The expedition itself was also a success because we could

Conny de Jong |
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Thank you for your advice regarding the use of the height tent in our preparation for the Machu Picchu.

Ruud Van Wijk |
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We did not suffer from any symptoms of altitude sickness while we went in one day from 2500m altitude, via an altitude of 4400m to 3800m (Lake Titicaca), and then stayed at an average altitude of 3500m for about 10 days. Excellent result achieved with the height tent. We have seen enough people around us who suffered from it for a few days and / or oxygen and

Luc Beirinckx
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Positive, honest feedback, good explanation, correct cooperation. In itself a good performance and satisfied with results. Afterwards climb at not extreme height (3,500 to 4,000m) without acclimatization. It was a bit of a mixture of activities in which I have no feeling whether the height tent has contributed or not. I expect that when I go to extreme heights I will get back in touch

Johan Verbeke |
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

My mountain trip in the Queyras is over. Every day we had at least 2 cols of +/- 2700-2900 m. I left with a small heart. After all, I am extremely sensitive to altitude sickness. At 2400 I start to get all the symptoms and, after a lot of breaks, I pant up and over the cols. Did the height tent help? YES. Blessed not to have a headache and go up in one pull, one

Loek Leenen |
★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Many thanks for the service, We have had a lot to do with the height tent to reach the top of Mount Whitney (4421 m). Despite the preparation, it was tough, but we met several people on the way who suffered from altitude sickness and fortunately we were completely spared. Thanks again for the service and who knows, until next adventure. With kind regards, Loek and