Check out one of the two guides. The topo in "A Climber's Guide to the Teton Range" is much better than the one in "50 Teton Classics". Mainly 5.7 rock with two 5.8/5.9 loooong crux pitches. This is popular and a grade IV so get an early start if you don't move very quickly or if you plan on passing parties. There are numerous variations, all described in "A Climber's Guide". One of the very best rock climbs in the Tetons. FA was done by Yvon Chouinard.
I'd call this III, 5.9+. There are sling and gear rap anchors above pitches 8 & 9, we chose to top out and walk off - it just feels like better style in the Tetons. Camped a mile up-canyon from the route, brought back copious libations for a celebration. Ran into the legendary Jim Olsen on the route.