Chianti is the second northern-most of the wine spires, a group of four granite pinnacles along the north ridge of Silver Star.
From a small pullout ~2 miles east of the hairpin turn on hwy 20, descend to the creek over talus and rock, then pick up a climber's trail which switchbacks up to Burgundy Col.
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East Face / Rebel Yell 5.10 Trad, Alpine, 6 pitches, 800 feet, Grade III
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East Face / Rebel Yell 5.10 WA : North Cascades : ... : Chianti Spire
A 6 pitch line leading up striking splitter cracks. There are at least two starts possible, before joining at P3.Traditional start:P1/P2 - Follow the large left-facing dihedral with orange rock on the right, and grey on the left. The crack is wide, but protects well. 5.8-5.9Left Variation:P1 - Aim for the clean white left-facing corner to the left of the long orange, traditional start. One long pitch gets you up into the perfect finger crack and to a small stance below a chimney. Save yellow al...[more] Browse More Classics in WA