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You go to Jackson Hole for the skiing and fall in love with the place for the other stuff, like Sunday nights at the Stagecoach.For more than 45 years this out-of-town bar has ended the weekend with “church”, an evening of country music and dancing.
Much of the steep stuff is accessible through controlled gates – still rare in typically litigious US resorts.This winter, as part of the half-century celebrations, that access is about to get even better.Back then Jackson, named after a local beaver trapper, was still a small ranching town. Then, in 1965, two skiers with dreams bigger than their pockets threw in a cable car on the other side of the Snake River, where the hills get really big.Fifty years later, Jackson and its resort at Teton Village, 25 minutes up the valley in the north-western cowboy state of Wyoming, have become and remain one of the great American winter destinations, where the personalities tower as high as the peaks and, despite considerable development, the founding spirit of the place somehow endures.And guess who first skied down it, via that same east face? When he wasn't playing the banjo, Briggs was a pioneer of American extreme skiing and helped Jackson Hole emerge as its beating heart.
In 1971, locals only believed he'd skied the Grand when an aerial photo revealed his tracks.