Ellingwood along with Little Bear and Blanca ring in the Lake Como drainage in the Sangre de Cristo mountains.  The standard descent is via the south face.  Colin Murphy descended a new route called the southwest couloir in 2009 as well.  We are aware of no other viable snowboard/ski descents on this peak.
4/11/2003- Jarrett Luttrell descends the South face of Ellingwood Peak.  Check out his trip report at: http://www.14ers.com/php14ers/tripreport.php?trip=5545&parmuser=Easy+Rider&s=25&np=3&cpgm=tripuser
4/20/2008-Erik Kling descends the South face.
5/16/2009-Colin Murphy descends the narrow Southwest Couloir on Ellingwood point.  This is the earliest recorded descent we have of this steep, technical line.  Some believe that due to the obscureness/technical difficulty of this line that this was the first descent of this couloir.
5/17/2009-Erik Kling and Tom Courtright descend the South face.
4/25/2010-Brennan Metzler, Brittany Walker(skier), and Tom Runcie(skier) climb Ellingwood's southeast ridge and descend the south face.  Check out Brennan Metzler's trip report at http://www.14ers.com/php14ers/tripreport.php?trip=7850&parmpeak=Ellingwood+Point&cpgm=tripmain&ski=Only  .
5/1/2010- Marc Barella, Carl Dowdy(skier), Ben Conners(skier) and Mike(skier) climb and descend the south face.  Check out Carl Dowdy's trip report at http://www.14ers.com/php14ers/tripreport.php?trip=7866&parmpeak=Ellingwood+Point&cpgm=tripmain&ski=Only  .
Ellingwood Peak 14,042'
photo- Tom Courtright descending the Northwest face of Blanca with Ellingwood's south face in the background. photo by Erik Kling.
a view of the southwest face and Colin Murphy's line on the Southwest Couloir, photo by Erik Kling, 2009
photo- Marc Barella and Ben Conners stepping onto Ellingwood's summit.  photo by Carl Dowdy, 2010