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Anyone else been up that high before?
I've been that high while driving though the Colorado Mountains and when I went camping, hiking in thin air is hell, but so good at the same time.
So NG, anyone else been 12k or higher up?
also 12k post
36,000ft is the standard international flight.
Am also looking to get my sky-diving license soonish, which are 12-14k foot jumps. Fun fun.
At 10/1/11 03:29 PM, RyanBustersword123 wrote: I've been in a plane before, does that count?
not really since you're not AT that altitude is, a plane has oxygen being pumped so you don't get the "thin air" part at all
Besides a plane, no. Closest I've come is probably when I went snowboarding at Lake Tahoe. Wiki says that it's only 10,000 feet or so. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heavenly_Mo untain_Resort
At 10/1/11 03:28 PM, DevourerJay wrote:also 12k post
Nice way to steal my idea, dink.
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At 10/1/11 03:29 PM, Markface wrote: 36,000ft is the standard international flight.
What's the standard flights for just in the USA? You know, that's even higher than Mount Everest! They REALLY went out of their way to make sure no one would be hurt by mountains.
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I've been to Banff in Canada, can't remember what mountain we went up, and I'm not sure how many feet above sea level it was, I think the air was a little thinner though.