We've all been there. You're working the bar, making everyone's specific drinks as they ask for it and tell you exactly how they like it. Then someone comes up and says, "eh, I don't know, whatever's good but not too boozy."
Greyrock is an obscure peak for climbing, but it is one of the more well-known hikes in the Northern Colorado area. It might be obscure, but this area has over 100 routes of great granite climbing. There is everything from slab, cracks from fingers to off-width, and moderate multi-pitch routes. The trail sees a lot of traffic during nice weather, but I have yet to run into any other climbers. The effort to reach this peak is out of the question for a lot of climbers who enjoy short approaches. For many climbers, being able to camp here makes the hike in worth it.