Jeremy Jones – and Films

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Image courtesy of Jeremy Jones

Image courtesy of Jeremy Jones

Jeremy Jones is arguably the most interesting and influential snowboarder in the world. He’s a legend for his creativity, commitment, and courage in the mountains, as well as for his humanitarianism and social responsibility. The star of many films and author of the new book No Words for the Way Down, Jones is also the founder of Protect Our Winters, a non-profit dedicated to reducing the effects of climate change.

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