I have been flying at elevations above 11,000 ft. in the mountains of Colorado. FYI some things I have discovered. 1) The air is less dense at this elevation allowing for me to fly in higher wind speeds than at sea level. 2) Default decent of 3M per second is too fast! No more vertical descents for me... 3) The wind is ALLWAYS present up here; ordered a RotorPixel gimbal. Suggestions and tips are welcome from any "Veterans" that are flying at high altitudes... Link to my first video shot at 11000 ft. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqEVVmRB0NQ Thanks!