|Best months for climbing:||Jul, Aug, Sep|
|Year first climbed:||1945|
|First successful climber(s):||Fred Beckey|
|Nearest major airport:||Seattle-Tacoma|
Thanks to Ronald James C. for adding this peak.
Warrior Peak is located in eastern Olympic National Park on the eastern edge of the Olympic Mountain range. Warrior Peak is situated one half mile mile north of Mount Constance, east of Home Creek, and west of Tunnel Creek. Warrior has two steep rocky summits: the Southeast summit being the higher, and the lower Northwest summit estimated at 7285 feet. Warrior's elevation ranks it as one of the 10 highest summits of the range if the secondary summits on Olympus and Constance are not included. Although low on climbing attention, the summit offers views of Mount Constance, Mystery, Deception, The Needles, Alphabet Ridge, the Puget Sound, and many other peaks of the range. Warrior Peak was named by Fred Beckey following his solo first ascent of it.
Access is via Highway 101 and the Dungenness River Road near the town of Sequim. From the Upper Dungeness Trail continue to slopes below Warrior.
Refer to Olympic Mountains: A Climbing Guide, by Olympic Mountain Rescue, for information on the established climbing routes on Warrior Peak's double summits.
Thanks to Ronald James C. for this description.