Official HCNMC 2022 Housing Information:
The 2022 HCNMC will take place in Sun Valley, ID at the Sun Valley Inn and Conference Center. The Sun Valley Village is easily walkable, with restaurants, shops, and meeting rooms within a short stroll. There is also a complementary bus service to connect you with all there is to see and do around town. Visit https://www.mountainrides.org/
Sun Valley Inn
2 Sun Valley Road
Sun Valley, ID 83353
Inn – Luxury King Room: $290.00 per night
Lodge – King or Queen Suites: $370.00 per night
The quoted rate is subject to applicable state and local taxes, fees and assessments, in effect at the time of check-in. Reservations must be guaranteed with a credit card at the time of reservation. Make your reservation today!
- BOOK ONLINE HERE
- CALL: (800) 786-8259 and request the “HCNMC” rate or use code 0322HIGH.
Conference registration rates are available until Thursday, February 3, 2022 or until the block sells out, whichever comes first. If you experience any difficulty in making your reservations, please contact Maeve Carey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arriving in Sun Valley
The closest airport to the Sun Valley Resort is Hailey’s Friedman Memorial Airport (SUN). It is located 14 miles from the resort. Please visit the Sun Valley Resort website for more details on getting to and around Sun Valley: https://www.sunvalley.com/getting-here-around. Sun Valley Resort offers courtesy transportation for our guests staying at the resort from/to Friedman Memorial Airport and the Sun Valley Resort. Reservations must be made to guarantee a seat upon arrival. For more information contact Bell Service(208) 622-2122 or e-mail email@example.com. Reservations must be made to guarantee a seat upon arrival.
Acute Mountain Sickness:
Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is the most common form of illness associated with a rapid ascent to altitudes exceeding 7,000-8,000 feet. Symptoms include shortness of breath with mild exertion, headache, lassitude, loss of appetite, insomnia and even nausea and vomiting. AMS typically resolves spontaneously in 2 – 4 days; headache can be treated with aspirin, acetaminophen (Tylenol) or ibuprofen. Good hydration coupled with avoidance of alcohol and strenuous exercise for 1 – 2 days after arriving at high elevation will minimize the risk of developing AMS. AMS can also be prevented by Diamox (acetazolamide) 125 mg twice a day beginning 24 hours before ascent and continuing for 2 – 3 days after arrival at the higher elevation. Diamox is a prescription drug; it is a diuretic, will cause increased urination and may cause numbness or tingling in the fingers, toes or around the mouth. Diamox is contraindicated in those allergic to sulfa drugs. Please consult with your physician for more information.
Elevation of Resort:
Base: 1,805 m. / 5,920 ft.
Summit: 2,749 m. / 9,020 ft.