Going up into the mountains can be a jarring experience for those who have spent most of their life at sea level.
When you’re going many thoUSnd feet up into the air some things can change.
Thewarmpoint for water is slightly different, there is less oxygen, your ears may pop from the change in air pressure and so on and so forth. One of the things that struck myself and others about going up high into the mountains while in the Summer time was the much milder and dryer weather than I was used to. In the same area I visited, the winters can be seriously cold and the snow falls quite heavily. However, while in the Summer time the weather is seriously pleasant, most of the time. I was struck by how little Heating, Ventilation, and A/C was needed up thereâ€¦ You are legitimately better off opening your windows for a nice breeze when it feels a bit too stuffy. I swear, I got a particularly great night’s rest doing this at night, though I needed an extra blanket! I am simply not used to weather conditionss that can naturally create the environment that all of us try to create using our weather conditions control systems and dehumidifiers within our homes while in hot and humid weather. It was quite delightful. I took note of the fact that in many of the arenas that I visited up there, a/cs were not even installed, though oil furnaces took a higher priority for sure. I’m sure the people that live up in those mountains extensively use their oil furnaces while in the winter, however at the least, they get some legitimately pleasant weather while in the summer!