Back in the 1990s and into the 2000s, I spent a few summers hiking the fourteeners of the Collegiate Range, on alternate days we would go for shorter hikes with the kids like the Agnes Falls hike, located up road from the Mt. Princeton Hot Springs on the south slopes of Mt. Princeton. One day I noticed a large granite boulder off in the trees to the west, I returned the next day and sent a number of highball routes around its perimeter and continued for years to revisit this classic boulder. This was later rediscovered and thought to have been a new discovery when actually it was old news to a few of us.
Hey Bob! I had been bouldering here also since 1995ish when I first started climbing.. Excellent stuff! I was able to get up 4 lines on the boulder.... Of course, not all of the lines that are now on MP.