I don't climb any more but I used to climb in the UK, mostly easy multi-pitch stuff, some snow and a tiny bit of ice. All my stuff is now too old to trust and what isn't has gone to my sons, whose abilities put me firmly in the shade. In terms of scrambles I've probably done most of the classics, Aonach Eagach in winter, Striding edge, Crib Goch, Bristly Ridge, Sharp Edge plus a fair few scrambles that probably aren't in the books due to finding myself off-piste a few times. The one I regret never doing is the Cuillin Ridge, wanting to do it was what started me climbing but circumstances meant I never got there. These days I mostly walk with friends without that level of experience so it's rare I do anything tricksy.