Ernie - We left Miner's Park early and hiked to Shaefer's Pass Camp where we dropped our gear except lots of water and some food. We hiked the ~2.5 miles to the Tooth, which is a very long 2.5 miles of up and down trails until we got to the Tooth base. Rock scramble up the Tooth to the top, which takes at least 30 to 45 minutes. Hung-out at the top to Tooth for a bit and then back down the trail, backtracking to Shaefer's Pass to repack our gear, and then we hiked to Clark's Fork. Very long and tiring day. I was wearing a pedometer and it registered 21.8 miles that day. That was the most demanding day, though the hike from Ute Meadows, up Baldy, to French Henry, back to Baldy Town and eventually to Ute Meadows is hard too. Here's a hint: When you go to Logistics to map the trek route, see if you can get a list of when all the programs at the staffed camps take place. We got to French Henry too late to do the Blacksmithing because we (mistakenly) stopped to eat lunch on the trail after Baldy. If we had gotten to French Henry 15 minutes earlier, we could have registered for Blacksmithing but we didn't know the program times. Our mistake but maybe you can learn from it.
Water - take at least 5 liters of water per person on your Tooth hike. Shaefer's Pass has a spring but it is deathly slow (1 liter took 20 minutes to fill and you must treat it). Weather - pleasant the entire time except at the top of Baldy, where it was freezing and 60 mph winds (yes, 60 mph. I'm from Florida and have been through hurricanes and these were 60 mph winds). Good luck! - Bill