This a great south facing wall with sun most of the day. The rock is still dirty and needs a good cleaning. The rock is also fragile so be careful when climbing things are still breaking off... A Lot. As of now there are a few good projects, not to much for easy stuff. So get a good warm up on the approach.
The best way to get here is by taking I35 and getting off at the Spirit Mountain exit. Take the road up past spirit and keep going for a few miles. At one point you will come to a large over look on the left, park here. Walk over to the left side of this over look and find a good place to get down. Once over walk strait down the hill until you reach the bike/Avt trail, turn left and you should see the band almost right away on your left.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for spirit mountain boulders:
yep its just a bush whack, there is a start to a trail on the left. look for pink flagging tape follow this until you hit the stream and then follow along deer trail next to creek until you hit the atv trail. then take a left and you will be there. There is also the climbing that is just across from the spirit mountain entrance sign, known as the porcupine crag.