McHenry's via Stoneman right now would be okay for an experienced person. Via Arrowhead or surrounding peaks, it would be dicey. The W slabs above Black Lake would be hairy, so I would suggest taking the long way around via the gully heading E from the lake and wrapping around. Stoneman is a loose/snowy class 2 and the remainder of the ridge has sun-exposed bypasses to the south/left with only one real scrambly section prior to the summit.
Other decent scrambles with a bit of snow are Audobon's SE ridge>Paiute, perhaps the Arapahos (there is one tricky downclimb, but this can be bypassed), western RMNP peaks, Meeker, Lady Wash, Mummy range via non-technical routes, Wild Basin peaks, etc. Microspikes tend to be the name of the game in present conditions.