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FA: Stan Mish, Jim Waugh, and Herb North Jr., 1978
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Access Issue: Falcon Closures from February 1st until July 15th Details


As you are gazing up at the Classic, Said and Done, or Reunion, drift ever so slightly left and check out the giant flake splitter that defines Help Me Mr. Wizard. This is an exciting and sustained pitch which will test your nerves and staying power alike.

Climb a crack up to a spicy little overhang to reach the splitter section, and a small rest stance. Climbing it straight on like a splitter is the way to go, and there is better gear through this section. Eventually you will find yourself at a long move to a distant jug and a burly mantle. Continue up the short slab to a fixed anchor.


Left side of the Flying Buttress between Reunion and Said and Done.


Many small, medium cams, wires, and a runner or two.