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Table of contents

1. Wungong Slabs 15 routes in Crag

Sport and Trad

Long/Lat: 116.030126, -32.197979


Bolts are glue-in-machine-bolts GIMB. Requre bolt plates.


Wungong Regional Park entrance is exactly 5km down South West Highway from the lights at Armadale. Take the dirt road for 20min walking at a quick clip (or an easy 5 min mountain bike ride), taking the right at both forks. Just after the bridge you'll see an obvious trail to the left. Take this past the dam, and cross the brook. There is a faint path to the base of the crag, with some bush bashing involved (2-3 min walk).

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Diagonal Line 14 Trad 30m
2 Trampling on Roses

Starts on the far left of the slab. Pockets follow 3 bolts to a DBB.

FA: 1998

13 Sport 20m, 3
3 * Dead Seal

Be careful. Lower-offs 27m, can be lowered off the end of a 50m rope.

This can be done either in one pitch or two.

  1. Start a couple of meters right of Trampling on Roses. Follow 4 bolts straight up to a DBB. (4 bolts, 22m)

  2. From the DBB follow the bolts to the left to the second DBB. (23m)

17 Sport 50m 2, 6
4 Gully Route

This route follows the gulley past a tree and finishes at a DBB.

11 Trad 30m
5 ** Crossroads

FA: Jeremy Scott

18 Sport 35m
6 Freedom

Start below the piton. Can be protected at 3m by a small nut out right. Continue straight up past piton to loweroffs.

Set by Ron Master, 1983

19 Sport 45m, 1
7 Easy Street 14 Sport 30m, 3
8 ** Flake and Slab 15 Trad 25m
9 * Whisper 17 Sport 25m
10 Middle Line 13 Trad 30m
11 All Holds Barred

FA: Jeremy Scott

15 Sport 25m
12 * I Can't Believe It's A Girdle 19 Trad 80m 2
13 Mirror, Mirror 17 Trad 30m
14 Strange Idea

FA: Jeremy Scott

14 Sport 10m, 2
15 Weird at My School

FA: Jeremy Scott

14 Sport 10m, 2

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
11 Gully Route Trad 30m
13 Middle Line Trad 30m
Trampling on Roses Sport 20m, 3
14 Diagonal Line Trad 30m
Easy Street Sport 30m, 3
Strange Idea Sport 10m, 2
Weird at My School Sport 10m, 2
15 All Holds Barred Sport 25m
** Flake and Slab Trad 25m
17 * Dead Seal Sport 50m 2, 6
Mirror, Mirror Trad 30m
* Whisper Sport 25m
18 ** Crossroads Sport 35m
19 Freedom Sport 45m, 1
* I Can't Believe It's A Girdle Trad 80m 2