Mostly shade, this area has harder routes. I think it gets less traffic as it is harder to find. Typical Rocky Butte Basalt. Sport, Toprope, and Trad. Most climbers rap from an anchor and do a route, but there is one 3rd class descent to get to the main ledge of Warrior Wall, and the guardrail descent which may be considered low 5th class. One can also approach Warrior Wall from below.
A few yards from road parking. The easiest way to find Warrior Wall is to walk along the road and at the guardrail enter the path on the "south" or right side of guardrail. The guardrail descent parallels the road to the "north" and then heads steeply down the brushy slope. See pictures for a better idea.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Warrior Wall:
Smears for Fears 5.10a PG13 Trad, TR, 45 feet
Emotional Rescue 5.10a TR, 1 pitch, 60 feet
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