If you're interested in such minutiae, one of Gerry Roach's "soft-ranked" peaks is located on Ellingwood Ridge. It's interpolated summit elevation is 13,220, and Roach hand-leveled to ensure that this summit is higher than the surveyed Point 13,206, which can be seen on the Mount Elbert quad. The summit is the first high-point (the northernmost) encountered on the ridge. It's best accessed from its eastern side. Attacking it directly from the north brings you to a deep notch that many won't feel comfortable negotiating.