KASE of course ought to lead the list. By any rational measure, that approach is insane. Probably the only airport I can think of where the legal approach minimums are lower than my "personal minimums". Not sure about other aircraft, but in a Beatchjet if you see the runway at MDA and the MAP, you don't have a snowball's chance of landing, even if you're riding the shaker at full flaps (which of course you shouldn't be doing to start with). Accident waiting to happ...woops already happened.
Second prize in my personal experience is split between KASG and KHRO (when the ILS is out). They thoughtfully built ASG right next to a huge ridge with (IMS) an antenna on top (we always called it an "airplane catcher"). And HRO has a rather significant mini-mountain right off (and slightly to the right of) the departure end of 18. Which just happens to be the runway you'll most likely use if you're shooting the VOR or NDB Alpha.
That said, Durango is no freaking picnic, either.