“An awesome and long descent on the South side of Teton Pass. Excellent hike.”
— Hudson DeWeese
Start at the top of the pass. There is an information kiosk that has a well labeled map.
The climb starts steep and gets easier as you go. It's ~2 miles long, then the descent is very long and and enjoyable. A little loose/sandy at the top but it gets better near the bottom. You'll also encounter 4 creek crossings at the bottom of the descent.
Be aware that this is a must-use trail, thus cyclists and horseback riders may be on the trail as well. Stay alert to ensure your safety and the safety of others.