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Seismic Wall A.K.A. Maggie's Wall
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Angel of Poets S 
Bird Dog S 
Black Slabbath S 
Butt Scratch S 
Captain Morgan S 
Cuttin' Cards for a Poke S 
Die Easy S 
Diving for Rocks S 
Hollywood S 
Hoover Head S,TR 
Hoovering TR 
It's A Wiggle Butt S 
Just For The Fun of It S 
Lick the Window S 
Lonesone Dove S 
Luminaire Noir S 
Maggy Needs New Shoes TR 
Magster S 
Man Hands S 
Matter of Honor S 
Mister Blister S 
Mongrel, The S 
Nose Print on the Windshield S 
Over Easy S 
Rock Dog TR 
Roo Dog S 
Seismic Step S 
She's No Dog She's My Wife S 
Short People S 
Slimy Crack aka Icecubes, Popcorn and Popsicles S 
Torpedoes Away S 
Unsorted Routes:

Torpedoes Away 

YDS: 5.9+ French: 5c Ewbanks: 17 UIAA: VI ZA: 17 British: E1 5a

Type:  Sport, 40'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.9+ French: 5c Ewbanks: 17 UIAA: VI ZA: 17 British: E1 5a [details]
FA: Karl Vochatzer
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Submitted By: Dylan Weldin on May 1, 2011

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I swear that hole has no end... Alec goes for the ...


Tricky beta right off the ground makes for an enjoyable puzzle of a route. A fun 5.9 once you've figured out the sequence.

Another super polished, bouldery start with -EASY- climbing above. It's fun regardless, and it also provides convenient access to the ledge where anchors for both "Angels and Poets" and "Matter of Honor" can be accessed so you can get ready for your headpoint of these two spicy leads by practicing on top rope :)


This is the route that people make up names for with the GIANT ARM-EATING hole at the bottom... but seriously, my wingspan is 6'8" and I cant reach the back. (Begin just left of this anomaly)


4 Bolts, Sport Anchors

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Alec leads the route.  "Angels" and &quo...
Alec leads the route. "Angels" and &quo...

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By Chance Copeland
Sep 29, 2011

Installation and first ascent was by Karl Vochatzer.
By karl vochatzer
From: Austin, TX
Oct 10, 2012

Thanks Chance. This was the first route I ever developed. John Hogge mentored me. I got no less than a dozen people on this before sinking the bolts.
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