Doug - thanks for this. I suggest you also include Vancouver to Alberta via the Transcanada. I did this last month and it works but needs some planning. Hope City Hall has one 70A charger and when this is being used (and you don't want to wait) there are two VER network chargers at the rec centre but they're only 30A. You need to be a member and have one of their RFID cards, similar to Chargepoint. The Coquihalla from Hope to Merritt has a steep grade and for the first 50 km the energy draw was 2.4 rated range km to 1 actual km, the most severe on this route. Getting off at Exit 256 to use Coldwater Rd on the valley floor avoids the last big uphill to Merritt though I would have made it anyhow. Merritt has one 70A charger at Baillie House (that was being used by a Volt when I came by) and fortunately there are also two 48A chargers at City Hall. Kamloops has one 48A charger at the Visitor Centre near Highway 1 (also being used by a Volt when I got there) and while there are four 30A VER chargers at Thompson Rivers University, this is further away. Across the river to the North there are two chargers, a slow one at a Kal Tire (business hours only) and a faster one, CS90, I think, at a hotel. After Kamloops things get more interesting. Because I had long delays to begin charging in Merritt and Kamloops on my way eastbound I knew I'd have to stay somewhere overnight so I called a few RV parks and arranged to stay at the KOA just E of Revelstoke (highly recommended). I used one of their 14-50 outlets and stayed in a cabin. Charging about 1/2 way between Kamloops and Revy is possible at Salmon Arm, where there are 2 VER chargers (30A) at Okanagan College just off the highway. Very convenient and near food. Golden has a 70A charger at the Home Hardware store at the S end of town. After charging fully there on my return trip I stopped in Salmon Arm to eat and top-up and then Merritt. While I was also going to top-up in Hope a white Tesla was at the charger so I continued to Vancouver, without any problem, though those who run short can charge at the Chilliwack Visitor Centre right off Highway 1 but it's 30A and there's nothing to do there. So that's how this trip can currently be done, though the preferred faster 70A chargers (Sun Country CS-90s) are only in Hope, Merritt and Golden. I've been emailing Tesla to suggest where there Superchargers should go and judging by the dots on their map they appear to be listening. Charger courtesy will need some focus as more EVs get on the road and it would help if drivers remember to put a sign on their dash saying when they'll be back or leaving a cell number.