Magic Wood is best known for its very high concentration of hard boulders. The rock quality is gneis and it's generally gray. The friction is mainly good. Some problems have polished holds, but as the problems tend to be overhanging, the holds are usually still usable.
Climbing style is athletic and somewhat fingery.
There are approximately one hundred (!?!) boulder problems graded 8A and above. What might come as a surprise for many people is that there are also almost 400 problems between 6A and 6C+. And also almost 400 problems between 7A and 7C+. There are 150 problems below 6A, so there is some easier climbing also, but Magic Wood in general is not the best place for a very beginner.
As the GPS positioning is not that accurate around the area, the boulders are spread in smaller chunks which are positioned correctly relative to each other. So when you recognize one boulder, you should be able to navigate around the block pretty nicely.