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There are hundreds of established boulder problems at the various areas within Joe's Valley, and yet a quick glance at the innumerable boulders farther up the hills hint at even more untapped potetntial for world-class bouldering.
While there are problems of every grade at Joe's, it is my impression that the best experience will be had at V4 and above.
Driving time is around 2 hours from SLC, 6-7 hours from the Front Range in Colorado, 14 from Portland, etc.
Food and Supplies
There are a handful of stores in Orangeville. Food Ranch (reopened as of August 2020) is in Orangeville proper, and the next nearest grocery store is Stewart's in Castle Dale. Also, as of 2017 If you are looking for coffee and WiFi the best place to go is Cup Of Joe's. Located right around the corner from the Food Ranch this small coffee shop is a great place to get amazing hot or cold drinks. Cup Of Joe's will also AirDrop you a PDF copy of the Isaac Caldiero Joe's Valley guidebook, or rent out crash pads if you need them. The proprietor has converted a space in their house into a quaint little coffee shop with tables, couches and good high speed internet.
Bathrooms and coin operated showers have been installed in Orangeville Park, across the street from Cup of Joe's. Permanent bathrooms also available in left fork at the Halloween town parking area (kayak pullout) and New Joe's just past the info kiosk.
Classic Climbing Routes at Joe's Valley
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