I don’t think it’s on the W side of Boreas. That would have to be Bald Mountain, which has a much longer ridge-line. Mt. Guyot looks a bit like that, but I think Bald Mountain’s shoulder would hide it from the grade.
What about just upgrade from Selkirk? (Before rounding the corner so we’d be looking at Red Mountain rather than Boreas.)
I was on the understanding that Rocky point is on the Breck side, Windy point is on the Como and I was trying to illustrate the lower approaches since the conifers take over at or above these two locations. The Ridge doesn't fit with the Ten-Mile area in my mind, there isn't that sort of gradient visible like in the OP picture.
Just how did the Forest service come up with the Rocky point sign shown in Jeff's picture?
While looking for views from Windy Point towards Goose Pasture Tarn and Breckenridge ski resort I stumbled across this picture. The shape and snow pattern on Peak 10 (3rd from the left) match the ones from the picture:
My wife and I film and produce cinematic wedding films and to do so we have to license music. We have a subscription with a music-licensing site named Song Freedom which is where I picked up the tune. The song is called "Leila (instrumental)" by Arcadian Wild. I don't know the band well. I just searched for songs that used the banjo and liked this one! :)