The elevation at Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort is between 8,510 feet above sea level at the base to 9,370 feet at the top of Chair 2. If you are from lower elevations you may experience symptoms of altitude sickness, including headache, nausea, insomnia, and loss of appetite. Take it easy and increase fluid intake, decrease salt, alcohol and caffeine intake, and select high-carbohydrate, low-fat foods. Be aware that high elevation can also accentuate existing health problems. If you have a respiratory or vascular illness, consult your physician before you ski or ride. You may ask for help from any Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort team member if you find symptoms worsening or persisting.