Dags in Beanland, the directissima on the slab, is the main reason to visit the Cedar Park Slab. An excellent quality route, lots of fun and easy at the grade.
Start at the lowest part of the slab, look for a bolt 40' up. Climb past this and head right to a big ledge. Climb up a smooth slab past 4 bolts (5.8 crux) and turn a small roof. Follow an easy but a bit runout pink quartz dike above to a juniper tree, then roughly straight up to the top.
5-6 pitches, as you choose to break it up. There is pretty much no gear the last 100', so put your last belay well below the top.
Submitted by: bradhill on 2004-06-01
Route ID: 53756