Once you get to a bouldering area, here are a few tips to easily find problems adapted to you.
Circuits are a series of boulders of (relatively) homogeneous level, with ascending numbers.
Each problem is represented by a colored number and an arrow, painted directly on the boulder.
There are 5 main colors (yellow, orange, blue, red, and white/black) that correspond to increasing grades.
By following a yellow circuit (or an orange one) you'll be able to discover problems graded between 1 and 3, which is perfect to start.
Tip: pick a circuit suited for beginners, marked with a
They offer lots of easy problems (graded 1, 2 or 3), with low boulders (less than 3 meters high) and with good landings.
Thanks to the Boolder app, you can filter problems that match with your level.
This way you can identify the zones with a good density of problems adapted to your level.