I drove 500 miles round trip to get in some heli-assisted splitboard touring in the North Cascades. 250 miles & 5 hours one way from Fall City to Mazama (WA state). 3 mountain passes w/snow & ice. Freezing temps. 1 stop at the Leavenworth SC on the way out. Drove up steep sheet ice too slick to even walk on to stay for the night at my friends’ cabin in Winthrop. Motored right up without a hitch. Trickle-charged on their 120/15 overnight as there are few other options in the area. Then from there to the heli barn in sub freezing temps on miles of more sheet ice. Didn’t see many other Teslas in the area, but had a mutual thumbs up with a MX going in the other direction in Twisp. :)
Trip back over same three passes after that, winter conditions, another stop at Leavenworth SC. Only needed 10 minutes to charge.
Trip stats: ~500 miles, 133kWh, 275Wh/mi. Mountain passes: Snoqualmie, Blewett, Loup Loup. LR AWD on 18” Aeros with Hakkapeliitta R3 at 45psi, roof rack (removed bike mount & rooftop box for this trip). Carried a spare wheel + all the appropriate emergency gear, plus all my ski touring stuff and a Jones Ultracraft splitboard in the back (1/4 seat folded down).
Bluetooth audio from iPhone helped a lot for the long stretches of remote roads with no cell service.
In case you’re wondering: blower pow.