Traslin Brothers Earning turns for the last 95 months in a Row

The Traslins' Never Ending Shred - 95 To Infinity
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Hellbent on backcountry skiing, brothers Mike & Andy Traslin have been earning their turns every month of the year for the last 95 months in a row. They're not alone, especially in the Pacific Northwest where a string of glaciated volcanoes make it pretty reasonable to score turns any time of the year. Sometimes it pours rain, sometimes it's so damn hot you're regretting not being at the beach. But in Mike's words "It's always worth it."

Skiers: Mike & Andy Traslin
 
Location: Mt Baker, WA, USA

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