Mt. Spalding sits just to the north of Mt. Evans. It's southwest side connects to the Sawtooth Ridge between Evans and Bierstadt also. It sits across Summit Lake from Evans and is a popular 13er to climb that can easily be done in an hour or so from Summit Lake. It's more fun to climb Evans and do the 2nd class scramble over to Spalding though. Grays and Torreys are also easily seen from Spalding.
It's accessible from Denver in just over an hour although if you climb from Summit Lake or Evans you have to pay the fee to get on the Mt. Evans Road. You can also access Spalding via second class routes from Guanella Pass and West Chicago Creek as well as a third class scramble across the southern face of Spalding (the Sunrise Couloir).
There's a summit register to sign at the top as well as the great views.