"White Chuck Mountain is another of the major peaks of the Darrington region, but it is not one of the most popular. White Chuck has an unfortunate reputation, largely undeserved, of having a difficult approach drive and a bushwhack approach hike. True, the approach drive is up a maze of logging roads, and there is some brush on the approach, but neither is as bad as usually reported.
The scrambling route is a straightforward scree climb and ridge traverse, mostly following a boot path, sometimes exposed but not especially difficult. The summit is craggy and exposed, providing airy views of Mount Pugh, Sloan Peak, Glacier Peak, the Monte Cristo peaks, Mount Rainier, Mount Baker, and Mount Shuksan, the Picket Range, the peaks around Cascade Pass, and many, many more summits."