Note to self, a list of interesting mountains and routes above 10k feet (sorry, lower peaks!). Class 3 or less. I come across interesting trip reports and don't want to forget, and I spend an hour or two debating routes depending on the situation. Hopefully this will help.
Belford, Missouri, Oxford, Emerald, Iowa
Check out prominence list.
Comanche and Venable Loop: Phantom Terrace
Atlantic, Pacific, (Fletcher?): Looks like good combo by Leadville. Class 2, some exposure
Mt. Solitude : Taste of the Gore Range
Horseshoe Mtn, Peerless, Sheridan, (Sherman): Avoid the 4x4's, but interesting cirque
-- new recommendation: Horseshoe + 3 other 13ers from Webster Pass
California Peak: Fix a failed attempt at routefinding from west ridge
Bison Peak: Class 1, runnable
-- and McCurdy
Mt. Silverheels: East ridge, class 1+, 10 miles, 3522. Runnable? But powerlines visible on hike?
Hoosier Ridge (run)
Antora Peak: Looked cool from Ouray. Easy, obscure. Worth a visit
West Spanish Peak
Wheeler (NM) -- Revisit. Bull of the woods, or from Williams Lake, or loop
Mt. Oklahoma -- has a steep scree section that some may not like.
http://www.summitpost.org/southwest-slope/159372 Hiamovi with J?
North Twin Cone (winter)
Mt. Guyot - from NW, or from Georgia Pass
Handcart and Red Cone (pretty red mountains, mt. bike road)
Easy, to the North:
Mahler from Agnes : Easy but pretty from lake cirque
Medicine Bow Peak: (WY) easy but prominent
Redcloud : gorgeous colour. Standard OK, then descend scree.
Sneffels: Looks cool. SW Ridge II?
Castle and Conundrum: Looks like doable in Elks. But, combo?
Snowmass: Lake sure is pretty. Loose rock. Maybe.
MotHC: next summer with J, via Halo Ridge
- cuz it looks over BV. Just not sure about crowded standard route. Combo with mt. bike?
- East Ridge II: from Avalanche Gulch non-standard, 10.4/5000/Class 2
Longs - Loft
Massive - Tour or Loop
Pikes - Barr
West White Pine