Bill Briggs (William Morse Briggs) born on December 21, 1931 in Augusta, Maine, is notable as the first to ski the Grand Teton on June 15, 1971, and as a result is said to be the "father of extreme skiing" in North America. He is the director of the Great American Ski School, formerly located at Snow King Mountain in Jackson, Wyoming in the United States.
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