BETA PHOTO: This map shows some of the more promising boulders...
Garfield Woods is a nice area of Conservation land in Berlin, MA which encompasses the Forty Caves area. Several smaller boulderfields litter the woods, with a lot of problems that seem to be under the V3 grade. Right near the Berlin Boulder, there are numerous quality problems here as well as others with potential after some cleaning. There will be more info coming once I get out there with the camera.
Follow the directions to Berlin Boulder. Once on Lancaster St., go to the next pullout by the small sign which says "Garfied Woods Conservation Area." There are boulders on both the Red and Yellow trails as well as in the Forty Caves area. A trail map can be found at the trailhead, across the railroad tracks.
Checked out this area today and really liked what I found! I would definitely agree that many of the best looking boulders seem to offer V-easy to V4 problems. Many nice granite boulders while other boulders seem to resemble schist found in areas like Sandwich, NH. A worthy spot for those close by or if you're looking for a nice day of easy bouldering. Many of the best looking problems have good landings on flat terrain. I brought out a trail map and marked the location of 15 boulders that look good. I will upload it later. My camera died, so I don't have any pictures either. Thanks for posting this area.
Feel free to post the trail map if you like. Hopefully see you down there this spring! The Forty Caves area down by the swamp had some good stuff too, though I would imagine that bugs would be a major problem in the summer....