My wife and I drove through Rocky Mountain National Park on Trail Ridge road today. From Loveland to Grand Lake. The snow bank is about 15 feet. You can charge at Estes Park (by the Library) and at Grand Lake (by the dock). Elevation at the Alpine visitor center is 11796 feet. We used lots of power going from 5000 to 11,000 feet elevation. And very little energy going back downhill. You can see the current trip of 61 miles where we used just 58Wh/mile. Comparing cool cars. I had some range anxiety so charged to 100% before we left this morning. Used about 25% charge from Loveland to Estes Park. We charged at a public charger (J1772) at the Estes Park library while we had breakfast at a nearby restaurant. Cost is $1 per hour. We left Estes Park at about 85%. Down to about 50% at the Alpine Visitors Center. Downhill to Grand Lake town so charge was about 55%. We were the first ones to use the new ChargePoint charger at Grand Lake. We met the town manager who was excited that someone was actually using their new charger. Just a 30A 240V charger so is fairly slow. Our charge level never went below 50% so I really had no need to worry.