I'm doing Couch to 5K to participate in a 5k at my son's school on April 26, but I'll be in Denver, Colorado, US, from 29 March-6 April, and I'm worried that I won't be able to complete my Week 7 and 8 runs with the altitude difference. I live at 266 m altitude, and Denver is 1609 m.
Does anyone have any experience with altitude differences? I don't know how much of a difference the altitude will make on my ability to run.
I want to stay on my training schedule so I know I'll be ready for the 5k at the end of April, but I don't know whether I should repeat the runs when I get home or just go on to the next ones if I can't complete the runs during my trip.
Thanks for any wisdom!