If you have 4wd, the hike from Argentine Pass to Edwards is a good choice because the scenery is great, you'll probably see mountain goats, and there's no exposure. You also have the option of continuing to Grays and even Torreys (both 14ers). There won't be much in the way of crowds to Edwards, but after that, expect them. An added bonus is proximity to Denver if that's where you're flying into.http://www.summitpost.org/via-argentine-pass/338019
That said, bear in mind that a lot of novice hikers find exposure on Class 2 routes that many of us here don't even see. With that in mind, consider Flattop Mountain in Rocky Mountain National Park. You have a maintained trail all the way to the top. You can also add Hallett from there, and it's Class 2 that way.http://www.summitpost.org/flattop-mountain/152200
The standard route on every Sawatch 14er is, I believe, no more than Class 2, so if you go to the Sawatch page here, you can easily find a lot of options.