Park in the lot near the playground and follow the path into the woods. When you get to the first large sandstone pillar on the left hand side take a left around the back side and follow up to the boulder.
The Jesus Boulder has been resurrected this year. It is a little known classic problem first ascended by Rich Anthony, years back. It is not known if anyone else has followed.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Jesus Boulder:
One of the more unique problems in Wisconsin. Start by getting on the saddle-like boulder under the center of the boulder. Use toe hooks and core tension to establish one's self. A sick catch of a left rail and Big throw to the slopping lip brings you to the engaging mantle. There ain't much for holds, but the friction's off the charts!- super fun, git on it!...[more]Browse More Classics in WI
Travis, this thing IS awesome. I have to say one of the best chunks of stone in the state. The direct looks like V6ish(let you know tomarrow!). But as far as missing it- its on the first fin of rock, most people only climb at the main area.
Travis, when you get to the saddle between the two rock outcrops (the part of the trail before you get to the stairs and the (east)end of the first outcrop is to your back) hang a left up and behind the large fin of rock and hike the top of the ridge (west) back toward the parking lot. The Jesus boulder is on the left of the trail and should leave you with only one thought, Jesus! Good luck.