A DCFC complex is under construction in Montrose CO, three blocks from the intersection of US 50
(Grand Junction, Montrose, Gunnison, Monarch Pass, Salida, Cañon City, Pueblo/Colorado Springs) and US 550
(Montrose, Ridgway, Ouray, Red Mountain Pass, Silverton, Durango, Farmington, Albuquerque).
The section of US 550 from Ridgway to Silverton, known as the "million dollar highway," can best be described as "wildly scenic" although it is not for those afraid of heights, since some sections have steep drop-offs with little or no shoulders and no guard rails (so that avalanches can flow over the road and snow can be plowed off the road into the gorge):
The site is located at N 1st Street and Uncompahgre Avenue and will have eight Tesla Superchargers and two ChargePoint DCFC stalls; it is being built with the enthusiastic support of the City of Montrose and DMEA, the local electric co-op.
The Chargepoint equipment has been installed:
^ The two ChargePoint stalls on 7 November 2020. No idea when they will be ready to use.
Each of the two ChargePoint towers has both CCS and Chademo cords. According to Plugshare, ChargePoint DCFC stations in my general area (Four Corners) have quite variable charging costs, ranging from really expensive, due to a stiff time fee, to quite reasonable, when charging for kWh only. What the fee will be for this station is unclear to me.
Amenities in the area include: public restrooms two blocks south at Centennial Plaza, where a free Level 2 charge station has been located for many years; some small restaurants and cafes on Main Street, one block south; a supermarket (City Market) four blocks to the southwest; fast food (Burger King) four blocks to the northwest.
This is another fast charging node in a good location for road trips. Montrose is also the gateway city for Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park