Did this from the Cirque via the dry (loose) Wisconsin Couloir. From the Warrior-Pylon saddle it was a pleasant scramble up rock and grass slopes. Summit had a register with signatures back to the 1950s. Pretty cool. After getting back to camp in the Cirque we hiked out the same day. This was the last of 4 days in the Cirque
It was a great climb, especially because no one else was climbing the peak except for our group. Also, it provided an incredible view of the Cirque of the Towers.
The climb was my favorite climb so far. Exceedingly beautiful views, pristine wilderness, jagged peaks, and the fellowship of like-minded climbers made this trip with Alex, Trevor, Dylan, and Tucker a memorable one.
Warrior II is an amazing, rugged peak. The climb was draining but the view at the top was magnificent. This area is so rugged and Warrior II defined its wild ruggedness. After you finish climbing the car sized boulders with all four limbs, watch your step at the top so that you do not get into trouble on one of the many shear drop offs! Simply put, this climb was an amazing blessing.
We climbed the rocky west slope of Warrior II to the summit above Lonesome and Hidden Lakes. The hike up offered limited scenery, but when we crested the summit, the Cirque of the Towers stood before us. It was fabulous.