BETA PHOTO: Aerial shot of the area that marks the parking and...
This is a small collection of boulders in Ayer, MA (35 miles northwest of Boston). I first came across this area in 2006. While I don't think that I was the first one climbing there, the lack of chalked holds suggests that it is rarely visited for climbing.
Given the rather small selection of problems, the area seems most suited for local climbers who are looking for some nearby bouldering.
From Ayer center (NW of I-495 and Route 2), take Washington St. north towards the Nashoba Valley Medical Center. Once you are at the power lines, park on the right (east) side and follow the trail under the power lines. The first good boulder is atop the hill on your left. To get to the Double Roof, follow the trail down the hill and take an immediate right after getting into the woods.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Ayer Boulders:
Start kneeling under the prow with left hand on an okay sloper and right on opposite side of prow on a three fingerish-sized, decent crimp. Place your feet anywhere and pull on. Go straight up and climb the prow on good holds....[more]Browse More Classics in MA
This is a decent local area. A couple of friends and I put up some stuff there around 2003. There were probably 15 - 20 OKAY problems done from V0-V6, but the best and most notable problem was the "Trash Compactor" (V9) first done by Zeb Engberg. It is a very steep and surprisingly high quality compression problem. Photos and video exists somewhere. I'll try to track it down. Glad to see someone is climbing there!