White Chuck River

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Coordinates: 48°10′22″N 121°28′20″W / 48.17278°N 121.47222°W / 48.17278; -121.47222
White Chuck River
Country United States
State Washington
Region Snohomish County
Source Glacier Peak
 - location Cascade Range
 - elevation 5,788 ft (1,764 m) [1]
 - coordinates 48°2′43″N 121°9′42″W / 48.04528°N 121.16167°W / 48.04528; -121.16167 [2]
Mouth Sauk River
 - elevation 912 ft (278 m) [1]
 - coordinates 48°10′22″N 121°28′20″W / 48.17278°N 121.47222°W / 48.17278; -121.47222 [2]
Length 23 mi (37 km) [1]

The White Chuck River is a river in the U.S. state of Washington. It is a tributary of the Sauk River.


The White Chuck River originates on the slopes of Glacier Peak in the Cascade Range. It flows generally northwest to join the Sauk River south of Darrington. The Sauk River in turn join the Skagit River, which empties into Skagit Bay, part of Puget Sound.[3]

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