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by Seth Lightcap. posted on 29 January

It’s been a tricky winter for powder hunting around the world. There are only a few regions where the snow is seriously stacking up. The Jones team has been chasing the storms and searching for the best conditions. Here’s some stoke from where they’ve found faceshots thus far:

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A solid storm cycle crushed Jackson Hole mid-January. Rob Kingwill got it good.

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The Tetons are filling in nicely this winter. Photo - @Avalon7 / @Rob Kingwill

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Italy has been going off this winter. Storm after storm has pounded the Southern Alps. Jeremy Jones found some dream lines in the Italian Dolomites late-January. Photo - Seth Lightcap

The Dolomites are home to some of the most incredible couloirs in the world. Photo - Jeremy Jones

Bibi Pekarek skins into the clouds in Italy. Photo - Jeremy Jones

Ralph Backstrom found dreamy pow shredding the Hellbronner on the Italian side of Mont Blanc in late-January.

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It’s even good in the trees in Italy. Gigi Lozzi blasts off in the Italian Piemonte region.

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Japan is holding one of the deepest snowpacks in the world right now. Ryland Bell found some radical spine lines the past weeks in Hakuba.

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Lucas Merli pillow poppin’ in the Ja’Pow. Photo - Ryland Bell

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Shacktown for Ralph Backstrom riding a spine line in Hakuba. Photo - Ryland Bell

Misty vibes and incredible mountains called Alex Yoder across the ocean to Japan. Photo - Alex Yoder

Interior Canada has gotten it’s fair share of the fluffy stuff. Andrew Hardingham and crew have been getting after it in Golden B.C. Photo - Andrew Hardingham

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