I am looking at getting a Model 3 sometime next year, or possibly moving into a CPO. I live in Spokane and a common road trip destination is Seattle. I know we have a Supercharger in Ellensburg and Ritzville which covers the route well, but one thing I haven’t been able to find much information about is the range impact of going through Snoqualmie. Would a base Model S 60 or Model 3 SR (210 range) have any difficulty (outside of extreme weather) getting through the pass to the next supercharger? Would this become a concern after a few years of degradation? I am trying to determine if smaller battery size is sufficient for my needs or if I need to consider larger battery sizes. I am sure there are many Tesla owners who make this trip, so any information on how much battery power is generally eaten up while going through the pass would be appreciated. Thanks!