GAP Posted November 25, 2022 Share Posted November 25, 2022 We are taking a x country trip this winter that will include a ski safari through Colorado. Will be likely staying in our E2 at higher altitudes and exposed to quite low temperatures. While winter caping in New England last season, we had no problems with any of the propane based systems - refrigeration, furnace or cooking. My understanding is that propane functions at lower efficiency in lower temps and have read that it performs poorly at higher altitude. In googling this issue, I've found a lot of conflicting theories on problems and solutions but nothing that sounds reasonable enough to be actionable. Does anyone have experience that may help us out? 2021 Elite 2, Twin Bed, Lithium & Solar, 3000W Inverter 2022 Ford F150, 3.5L V6 EcoBoost, 4x4 Supercab, Trailer Tow Package Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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