Most skiers can squeeze in turns for five or six months out of the year, seven if they’re lucky. For Andy and Mike Traslin, brothers hailing from British Columbia, things are a little different. The brothers are currently on a backcountry skiing streak that’s 95 months strong. “It’s always worth it,” Mike asserts.
The duo, who have earned most of the turns on their streak in the Pacific Northwest, is aiming for a well-rounded 100-month strong run. “We’ll probably just go from there,” Mike muses.