We climbed Table Mountain. This is what some web site says about it:
"This hike is widely regarded as one of the most outstanding in the entire region and it bears the signature of the essence of the Grand Tetons.

This 12-mile roundtrip hike seems much longer than it really is because of the 4,000-foot elevation gain. The route follows the North Fork Teton Creek for several miles to about the 9,000-foot elevation where it leaves the North Teton creek and heads west up some switchbacks. After climbing about another 1,000 feet the trail reaches a ridge top where it flattens out some before the last section of uphill to the top. The trail up Table Mountain has a tendency to disappear from time to time so bring a map and compass. The last uphill pitch is deceptively steep and some hikers give up here just below the summit. Here at 11,000 ft some who are not used to this kind of altitude sometimes have problems especially after a 4,000-foot elevation gain. The last 100 feet or so is up through some rock for some easy scrambling.
Cresting the top of Table Mountain you come face to face with the Grand Teton only one mile away and you realize the payday for your effort. Cascade Canyon drops nearly 3,000 feet below you, which makes the views of the Grand Teton (elevation 13,770 feet) look all the grander. "

We went up Friday night and camped at the base of mountain.
On saturday we woke up "early" and started to hike up the mountain. Except...we went on the wrong trail in the wrong direction. So we had a 3 mile warm up. But once we got on the right trail woooah. We kind of broke off into groups once we got started. Ford, Andrew, Ryan, and I stayed together. And the rest followed in various little groups.