White Chuck Bench


Stewardship - White Chuck Bench

National Trails Day - trail maintenance and restoration and trail brushing, with a BBQ dinner for all volunteers!

  • For Beginners (Getting Started Series)
  • Mileage: 6.5 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 600 ft

Meet at the Darrington Ranger Station: 1405 Emens Ave N
Darrington, WA 98241
Saturday June 7, 8:30am-4:00pm

Come join Everett Branch of The Mountaineers for trail work on the White Chuck Bench Trail as part of National Trails Day. Enjoy meeting new friends, establishing a better trail, finishing the day on a trail better than you found it, and a smile on your face and when you look back and see the hard work that you put in to the White Chuck Bench Trail. Come visit the Darrington area, help in a trail restoration project, and help support the small businesses in the area! Invite your friends to go visit or help out with the White Chuck bench trail. Dinner provided afterwards for all to enjoy. 

We will be meeting 8:30 am June 7th at the Darrington Ranger station, which is just about a half-mile outside of Darrington. The Forest Service will also provide camping near the Ranger Station.


participants will earn:

leaders will earn:


White Chuck Bench

Required Equipment

Required Equipment

Long sleeve shirts, pants, closed-toed shoes (boots are preferable), and work gloves if you have them.

Sack lunch, water, snacks

Please be prepared for declining weather, just in case.

Please sign up so that we can contact you and give you information about crossing Highway 530 in the Darrington and the times that the road is open in the direction of Darrington . Mt. loop Highway is also open and can be accessed into Darrington.

 We will be doing a tool safety talk that will start at approximately 830 a.m.and will have someone at the Ranger station to direct you to the White chuck area where we are working.

Please RSVP to Forrest Clark   woodmanfor@aol.com  or Bruce Wolverton
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