We're looking at taking a long early-winter ski trip to Quebec this year. The new superchargers along I-87 (Plattsburgh and Queensbury) make it realistic to get to Montreal over the Adirondacks, even in winter, even driving at traffic speeds, with stops not much longer than the necessary bathroom breaks, and then north/east of there the SC network thins out -- if we stay on the south shore of the St. Lawrence there's one more in Drummondville, which should get us to Quebec City no problem. But for the duration of our stay, and particularly to charge up for the long drive home (to NYC) we're trying to figure out the options. It looks like Chademo/CCS combo stations are now extremely common in Quebec -- there's even one a few miles from the base of Le Massif, which I certainly hadn't expected since that's pretty much in the middle of nowhere. But I know using new/uncommon/unknown Chademo chargers with the Tesla adapter is always a dicey business. Also, I don't know if any of these networks are affiliated with the U.S. networks I carry RFID cards for (Chargepoint, NRG, Greenlots, GE). The two dominant networks seem to be "Circuit Electrique" and "AddEnergie". Another concern is leaving the car overnight at low SoC in the very cold conditions we'll likely encounter, so I want to be really sure I have reliable charging available every day. Has anyone explored north/east of Drummondville with a Model S yet? Tried the Chademo charging? If they have CCS, these chargers must be pretty new. I could really use some advice before I start booking hotels for the trip.