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The deepest jugs in Perth, you can sink your forearms into them (and wash your hands). 10m L and uphill from “Trampling on Roses”. 6 GIMBs and lower-offs.

FA: Ross Weiter, Neale & Neale Antoncich Linda Antoncich, Sep 2015

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

FA: 1998

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)

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

FA: Jeremy Scott

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

Set: Ron Master, 1983

FA: Jeremy Scott

FA: Jeremy Scott

FA: Jeremy Scott

The overhang on the detached buttress at the LHE of Wungong Slab with 2BR. Sequency pull-ups, knee bars and heel hooks. Matt Rosser, J. Truscott 15 Aug 04

https://www.climberswa.asn.au/topic/wungong-slab/

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