Took the trail from the turn off east of Bryan Flats Rd. This trail tends to be straight up for most of the ever changing terrain. I am a moderate trail hiker at best, so completing this peak was a personal challenge. My friends have done this in about 3-4 hours. Round trip took me 12, but for those wanting challenges and 360 views of Tetons, Gros Ventres, Wind Rivers, Snake River and other ranges, this is a beautiful trip.
I've climbed this a few times by the obvious snaking ridge leading to the west slopes. Locals use this to speed climb, my best time was 70 minutes which is by no means the record, but not bad. There usually is a register up there filled mostly with accounts of racing to the top.
Hiked up via Bull Creek trail. Couldn't find a trail that traverses the basin up to base of the summit ridge. Snow on top, great views of all the surrounding ranges.
I've hiked up the trail from Poison Creek a few times, and once from Bull Creek. It is a great hike with awesome views. It looks like a cream puff with that perfect snow, makes you want to eat a twinkie.
Climbed this to find it covered in snow. Traversed the ridge to hit two other unknown summits before coming back to the trailhead parking lot via a large grassy field/ridge.