Check out the Blackhead Range area in the Northern Cats... Three very nice peaks with quite a bit of exposure... Not like say in the Presis kind of alpine exposure, but enough to make you hurry in some windy conditions. Actually the most exposure you would find is in the cols between the peaks, not entirely on the actual peaks as two of the peaks have summits that are covered almost completely in forest, the other weekend there was a great smell of balsam that really was nice...

There is some nice rock scrambling that is required on almost all three peaks, with Blackhead having some ladders even. There are some areas up there that you will definitely want snow shoes, crampons and possibly an ice axe depending on your comfort and skill level.

The peaks are the third, fourth and fifth tallest peaks in the Cats and do not see as much traffic as say the Burroughs Range Trail of Wittenburg, Cornell and Slide.