I live in Washington DC, The highest elevation is 410 feet. My son lives in Loveland CO, elevation is 4982 feet. We are also going to Cheyenne, altitude 6129 feet. My endo tells me that high altitude affects, ie raises, my blood glucose levels. Every time I visit, my BG gets much higher than normal and it messes up my visits.
There have to be T1s who travel to high altitudes and know how to deal with the changes. Would appreciate advice. Am thinking about just raising basals by 50% upon arrival. .