Epic Powder by Mattias Fredriksson
Just above the town of St Anton is some of the Arlberg's best trees. If it gets too crowded, skiers take the bus over to Sonnenkopf or Stuben where this shot of Sebastian Garhammer was taken.
Sebastian Garhammer takes advantage of big snowfall in Stuben. The Arlberg is known as one of the most safe regions in the Alps with a snowfall of about 8 - 10 meters. Stuben, located on the west side of Arlberg Pass, typically gets the most snow.
Located on the north island in Japan, Hokkaido, is famous for its massive snowfalls and great powder skiing. On this day we went cat skiing between Niseko and Sapporo and had the trees all to ourselves. Here Henrik Windstedt hikes up to hit a pillow line.
Last winter was amazing in my home town of Åre, Sweden. After a slow start the snow started to fall heavily around Christmas. Tegefjäll is one of five ski areas in the valley and it offers pillows, amazing tree skiing and the best part; very few good skiers know about it. My friend David Kantermo kn
Åre, Sweden on a day that looks as if it's British Columbia, Canada.
Stuben is the smallest ski area in the Arlberg, but also one of the best places for off pist skiing and filming when film crews visit. A few years back while filming for Poor Boyz Productions, Pep Fujas skied this face called Albonaska.
Sebastian Garhammer enjoys deep powder in Zug am Arlberg, Austria. Photographed in March 2007.
St. Anton am Arlberg