The actual climbing route is the path of least resistance on the ridge above to where it intersects the SW Ridge route while staying as close as possible to the ridge crest.
Most of the difficulties can be passed on the left (west) side of the ridge crest. When the Chouinard Ridge finally intersects the SW Ridge you can then either follow this ridge to the North Summit which is the higher of the two or you can cross over the SW Ridge into the SW Coulior and continue the 200 feet to the summit.
A small rack consisting of stoppers, cams and long runners. A single 60m rope and a helmet.
Due to the location and angle of the climb, one cannot get a good look at the ridge from anywhere in South Fork. The book " A Climbers Guide to the Teton Range" has great photos of the route that were taken from both the air and the neighboring Cloudveil Dome, which I have not been on.