Very steep climb but enjoyable. Fun rock climbing at the top - make your own route. Awesome American flag on the summit makes for great pictures. Great day.
The hike up to these peaks from Frisco was strenuous, but enjoyable. Highly recommended is the "Tenmile Traverse" or climbing Peaks 1-10. The most difficult portion of this is between Tenmile Peak (Peak 2) and Peak 3. Peak 3 to Peak 4 is a blast as well. A huge, long day but well worth it.
Due to time restrictionsI didnt make it to the summit of peak one but did summit Victoria Point. I started right behind the condo that I stayed at and went virtualy strait up from there. You can see in photo id_47954 the cragy east face route that I took. It started off easy consisting of bushwacking through the trees untill I reached the boulder field that was covered in snow (fun ;-( ). Afteward I followed this crack up the technical part of the climb (class 4?). from there It was a hop skip and a jump to Victoria Point.
I always had my eye on this peak when driving I-70 through Dillon and Frisco, so I went and cllimbed it. The views are very good and the vertical gain might surprise you, I think it was 11 miles and 4,500-ft.
I've done this route as training several times in the last few years as I use to live in Frisco. Very straight forward and tons of fun when you do the entire ridge from Peak 1 in Frisco to Peak 10 in Breckenridge.