Mount Stuart's Cascadian couloir was not my first choice for climbing the peak. But it turned out to be a worthwhile endevour
The West Fork Buttermilk "trail" is a challenge in itself. The climb of Star, Courtney, and Oval peaks is the only reason to use it.
North Gardner and Gardner mountain are appealing since they sit in the top 50 Bulger peaks. But the approach is long and the scrambling short
I would suggest taking more than one day...
McClellan Peak and Little Annapurna are the best of type 2 fun. Two beautiful summits in one day, round trip on Aasgard pass
The climb of Katsuk and Mesachie requires a walk down ragged ridge. I would not walk the ridge unless I wanted to climb these peaks
Taking on tower and golden horn in one day was an incredible challenge. Unless you love type 2 fun, make it two days
Colchuck Peak and Dragontail Peak sit next to each other. Climbing them in one day makes an epic double summit.
A long hike and scramble to attain the summit of a Washington's Mount Cashmere If you can get the permits, make it two days. One is tough.
Saska, Cardinal and Emerald are a lot of fun, but they are not easy to access. Expect a lot of work with a huge payoff.