The volcanoes of the Pacific Northwest are the biggest, cleanest lines in the U.S. that are the easiest to get in good, safe conditions. They stand alone, 10,000 feet above the valley floor, with no other mountains around, and are surrounded by flat forest as far as the eye can see—giving you the feeling of standing on top of the world. “And then you get to drop into the longest run of your life,” says legendary snowboarder Jeremy Jones, who is also the founder of Protect our Winters.” This is why I put my snowboard boots on in the summer.” Here Jeremy tells us about “volcano season.”


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