Hello, I was curious if anyone has any experience with travelling from the Fresno Supercharger to Sequoia National Park in a Model S. If not, does it seem reasonable that I can make that round trip in an 85S with a payload of about 600 pounds? Here's a map of my planned route: https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Tesla+Supercharger+-+Fresno+North,+6709+N+Riverside+Dr,+Fresno,+CA+93722/Lodgepole+Visitor+Center,+Lodgepole+Road,+Sequoia+National+Park,[email protected] ...and a snapshot (10MB) of the elevation profile: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwkBHNpXTLjqQzZTeXE4S1lGQ2M/view?usp=sharing Here is what I am estimating to make it there and back: Fresno SC to Sequoias: 90 miles, plus an extra 60 miles because of 8,000ft ascent Sequoias to Fresno SC: 90 miles, minus 25 miles because of 8,000ft descent 20 miles for extra payload Assuming I leave with a full charge from the Fresno Supercharger and driving no faster than 65mph, it looks possible, but it doesn't leave a whole lot of room for error. Since there's no charging until I get back to Fresno, I'm going to get stuck if I'm wrong. :crying: This would be my first time driving this route if I decide to go. I put the route into EVTripPlanner, and it calculated the round trip would take 50kWh (I'm guessing closer to 75kWh). That seems too low to me, and since I haven't used that tool for a road trip yet, I'm not sure if I trust it just yet. Anyone actually make this trip yet in a Model S, or at least think I'll be able to make it? Thanks!