This area has a great variety of climbs. You can find a route for all ages.
The routes range from a V1 to V8.
While there are no V0s which might be what you were hoping for with your little, there is definitely a great rock where you can make up several routes for your small climbers. There is a smaller boulder leaning against the largest boulder, forming a cave. That smaller boulder has a V2, Pop Belly. That route is to the right of the tree if you are facing the boulder. To the left we’ve made up some easy fun climbs that our 3 year old did.
Find more about this area:
Pg. 90 of the Guidebook An Insightful Guide to JOE’S VALLEY BOULDERING by Isaac Caldiero. This book apparently has become incredibly expensive (like $300+) and can be hard to find. There are some sites where you can supposedly download the PDF and I know that the library in that town use to have copies that you could check out. We have a book if anyone is looking to borrow perhaps.
Short and easy. You basically just have to walk up a staircase and your there. All your kids can do it and you can take a few trips back and forth to your car hauling up gear without trouble.
Fantastic. Its a large, flat open area where your kids can run around. There is a rock in the cave that you want to make sure you cover so as not to fall on if your doing a route in there.
Definitely one of the more crowded spots but the area is huge with several different bouldering walls to choose from so you should have options.
Extra Kid Fun:
Kids just love caves so they will love this spot if its not taken.
Cactus, its all over Joe’s. Make sure your kids are aware and paying attention. My oldest trooper has gotten pricked a few times (she’s a little crazy but tough too).