|Baby's Got Biceps Boulder
A single long boulder that has a few good warm up problems on it. Great quality sandstone with some fun and interesting problems.
Follow the trail from down by the parking lot and keep left as the trail splits. Keep walking up the trail and you'll come to this gem on the left.
6 Total Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',2],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
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|Comments on Baby's Got Biceps Boulder
|By Tanner Wixom|
From: Grand Junction, CO
Nov 1, 2012
Hey, I have a little info on the boulder. The boulder itself is called the "Baby's Got Biceps Boulder." As far as the problems go--
1. The one of the far left is called "Spider"--however, I think the original Spider line goes further left if I recall correctly; I could be mistaken though. On rockclimbing.com someone gave Spider a V6...so I'm not really sure if the line for that is the same as what you posted or if the guy who posted on rockclimbing just wanted more credit for the send haha.
2. The second from the left is called "Barkers Beauties," and, after talking to a few people, it usually gets a V5, but I agree it's probably too soft to be V5.
3. The one you call "Warm Up 2" is called "Baby's Got Biceps." I agree with the grade you gave it.
I'm not really sure about the other problems you posted. They are fun lines, but I'm not sure on the names. I hope this helps.