OK. The Bulge Boulder is a monster of sweet overhung problems, IF you disagree please approach this thing again and see if YOU don't get a Bulge Boulder. The thing is punished by the sun all winter and a few other boulders directly near it make this a flatiron area worth mentioning. Flat landings, great views, and problems from V0 to VStill Wishing await. Mentioned in Horan's Guide with one problem, the thang has 6+. It has amazingly solid holds with the exception being under it's southwest roof, flakey choss.
Park at NCAR. Hike the Mesa Trail North down and over Skunk Creek, up Burly Switch Backs till it levels out and heads East. From here just walk up the bare hill North around a nice warm up boulder nearly trailside. Can't miss it. I would love to see the obvious Bulge problem done from low, if it hasen't already? It is well chalked. Total Approach, probably a mile.
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Green Streak V3 Boulder, 10 feet
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The Zoller Bulge V8+ CO : Flatirons : ... : Bulge Boulder
Sit start and move past cruxes left to gain good holds. From there, one can go straight up on lower quality rock (V7+) or head back right and up on great rock (makes it a pumpy V8+). It is recommended on cold, dry, winter days....[more] Browse More Classics in CO