This travel trailer is unlike any other, starting with the fact that it’s encased by 3-inch thick sidewalls and a 5-inch insulated roof. Yes, in a travel trailer!
Foam insulation is sandwiched between the outer and inner layers of Azdel composite. All the windows are dual-paned, too.
According to their rep, East to West RV designed the Alta Xtreme to land somewhere between a large travel trailer and a destination trailer. Meaning it offers the towability of a travel trailer with the durability of an all-season destination trailer.
I like the innovative layout that features work and desk space that converts to bunk space for additional sleeping.
I also appreciated the ENORMOUS walk-in closet. This closet is big enough to hang a bike or other larger gear, or store a folding e-bike!
The bathroom is also super-roomy, and since the entire RV is taller than most, no problems with taller folks having room to shower.
Comfortable theater-style seating dominates the living area.
The kitchen features a LARGE stainless steel farmhouse-style sink, a fair amount of counter space, a 4-burner GE stove and oven, and a GE microwave, too. I can’t remember when I last saw a 4-burner stove in an RV!
More nice features of the East to West RV Alta Xtreme 365 travel trailer
- 5,000 BTU Fireplace
- Huge storage drawers under the dinette
- Large amount of storage cabinets and drawers throughout. If the space can be used, they used it.
- Huge under-bed storage
- Heated basement storage
- The Alpha Ply roof comes with a limited lifetime warranty.
- Two ACs, 15K
- 40,000 BTU furnace with heat pump
- Suburban on-demand water heater
- It’s surprisingly light for its size.
What’s not to like?
JD was disappointed not to see an upgraded suspension system, especially considering how heavy-duty this trailer is in other ways, including reinforcing the shackle hangers on the travel trailer’s frame. JD goes into more detail in the video, but he also thinks this trailer should come equipped with a G-rated tire. Unfortunately, it doesn’t.
I am not a fan of 12-volt fridges, personally. But if you are, that’s what comes in the Alta Xtreme.
They located the power connections in the bedroom in a strange and inconvenient place. To use them you would have power cords in bed. Weird!
East to West RV Alta Xtreme 365 travel trailer specs:
- GVWR: 11,605
- Cargo carrying capacity: 2,716 pounds
- Length: 31’ 6”
I wish I had more specs but I could not find this specific model on the East to West website. Perhaps it is too new?