Average Rating : 5.00 out of 5
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Route Summary | Ascent Notes (1)
Mark Bebie and Jim Nelson. June 8, 1986.
Gear to 5" with doubles from 4" down.
Also known as the East Face, Rebel Rebel Yell is one of the best alpine rock climbs in the Cascades. The climb ascends a striking crack system up some of the nicest granite at Washington Pass. One of the longer approaches and an untypical roadless view give this climb a more remote feel than many others in the area. Views of the rest of the Wine Spires and Silver Star Glacier are impressive. The steep, parallel- sided cracks are similar to those found at the Index town walls.
Rappel the route.
Submitted by: lithophiliac on 2014-08-25
Route ID: 115368
Did this route with a party of three for my buddy Phil's birthday and we had a blast! The approach was hell, but well worth it for the views and amazing bivi spots. The approach was pretty sketchy compared to my usual crag destinations and I was glad to have an ice axe! The headwall crack and summit blocks are not to be missed!!