Yes, very easy. You don't even have to jack up the car or take off the wheels. If you turn the wheels in or out you can remove about four of the torx screws from the wheel well liner. Bend it out a bit to gain access to the three 10 mm bolts holding the bumper to the fender. You'll need a long extension. There is also two little screws at the wheel well that need to be removed. You've then got the two long bolts vertical bolts at the front and your ready to pull it off. You can removed the washer fluid connection and fog light connectors after you get it released.
If you can reach and disconnect the washer line before you remove the bumper you'll be better off. With sand/grit in the bumper fitting and pulling on the bumper it tends to come loose all at once and you'll break the T fitting in two pieces. (ask me how I know this
former owner of a '01 highland green allroad, 6sp
current owner of a 2002 highland green with green, 6sp, oem hitch, oem mud flaps, K04s with RS4 inlets, Bosch 110 valves, H&N, South bend OFE clutch, 034 motor/trany mounts, turbo-back APR exhaust, Hotchkis H-Sport sways, MTM Stage 3 ECU, 5Bar FPR, Venair hose set, ...
in progress: Arnott GENII w/Bilstine shocks
other cars of interest:
1969 Lotus Elan S4 (vintage race car)
2005 Lotus elise (wife's actually).
the allroad: Audi took the oxymoron out the phrase "sport wagon".