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    Top of Mount Evans in Colorado. so right around 14,000 feet

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    Subarus are very popular among residents in Big Bear CA, many people have them. The elevation is a bit above 2000m.
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    To answer your question.. about that high.

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    Right around 3,000 here in western Md. That clip gets me everytime
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rambo View Post
    Just under 6000' at Timberline Lodge on Mount Hood. I'm sure I've driven higher than that in Montana, but I didn't have my WRX then.
    over on the west end we have a few that top out at just over 7500 feet on the continental divide over the Rockies. might not be that high overall but i wouldn't recommend detouring off the side of the fourth of july or lookout pass. 1000 foot plus straight down onto granite boulders. yeesh. beautiful drive though and one i plan to make with the wagonX soon. other than that...i think about 3900 feet. right around where i purchased it in bozeman, mt. its all downhill to the east side of montana and i sit at a booooorirng 2200 feet A.S.L. for most of the driving i do. snoore, no terrain at all.

    and i forgot about beartooth highway. 10, 000 feet of absolute glory roads and awesome. right into yellowstone park. ive been on this road several times and had no idea how high up i was. definitively going back to the park for a extended drive!



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    Quote Originally Posted by tirerob View Post
    over on the west end we have a few that top out at just over 7500 feet on the continental divide over the Rockies. might not be that high overall but i wouldn't recommend detouring off the side of the fourth of july or lookout pass. 1000 foot plus straight down onto granite boulders. yeesh. beautiful drive though and one i plan to make with the wagonX soon. other than that...i think about 3900 feet. right around where i purchased it in bozeman, mt. its all downhill to the east side of montana and i sit at a booooorirng 2200 feet A.S.L. for most of the driving i do. snoore, no terrain at all.

    and i forgot about beartooth highway. 10, 000 feet of absolute glory roads and awesome. right into yellowstone park. ive been on this road several times and had no idea how high up i was. definitively going back to the park for a extended drive!
    Hmm...



    I've been over 4th of July pass and explored around Bozeman. I've also skied at Big Sky Resort (AWESOME place, btw). I remember the freeway into Wyoming was arrow-straight for like 4 straight hours. It would have been mind-numbing boring if it weren't for the blizzard and watching cars slide off the roads left and right.
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