This is a difficult one way trail to Teewinot Mountain in Grand Teton National Park.
This is not a hike; the climb is ~5.4 and should be treated as a technical rock climb. It's a 3rd-class scramble with sections steep and exposed enough that some parties will want to be roped in some conditions. The trail is an unmaintained climbers' trail and will be intermittent. There may be significant sections of snow, some of which will be moderately steep and exposed, requiring an ice axe and knowledge of its use.
If you're not a world-class athlete, this will take you much longer than the 40 minutes stated in the stats.
Go early. Get off the peak by early afternoon. Teewinot is a high Teton peak and afternoon thunderstorms are deadly.
Take children if they're fit, experienced at climbing, and you consider yourself qualified as a guide.
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