I did Hesperus, Lavender, Moss, and Sharkstooth; my partner did those plus Centennial. It was a 10 hour day in summer; I was ill that day. Here are my notes from then:
"From the North Fork Mancos TH as per the Covill and Mitchler county highpoint book to climb Hesperus, then ran ridge to Lavender, which involved a long descent off the ridge to the right to be able to cross one cliffy gully, then a few traverses below and passages through the ridge crest. The climbing was not too hard but was complicated and time-consuming. Ridge to Moss, return to saddle between, drop down to contour on Centennial's slopes below its cliffs to reach a point above Sharkstooth Pass on Centennial's slopes; too sick to do Centennial, rested at Pass for 30 min, then did Sharkstooth, back down trail."