I'm wondering if anyone on here has any experience climbing any of the Teton Range peaks north of Mt. Moran. (Ranger Peak, Eagle's Rest, Bivouac Peak, etc.) I spent all summer looking at them, but because of access issues and only getting two days off at a time, we spent most of our time climbing the southern, more crowded peaks. Took one 20-mile day trip to Webb Canyon, and loved how remote it was, but that was all we did. If I can swing it, I'd like to maybe do the entire Teton Crest trail and link it up somehow ('schwacking?) to get to the northern edge of the park and Grassy Lake road.
As far as experience, I'm an good backcountry hiker/navigator, ok with an ice axe and moderate snow, comfortable scrambling steeper non-technical stuff, and a newbie trad climber. Are there any routes to any of these more remote peaks that you'd recommend, and how was the approach?