Pechugh Peak located east of the town of Greenwater and north of Mount Rainier is not a very well known summit. At 785 feet of prominence, this mountain is an official summit in Washington. But that being said it is not very popular with hikers. This is largely due to the fact that there is no trail to the summit. Therefore this peak requires bushwhacking no matter what direction one is coming from. Only peakbaggers typically choose this mountain. There was logging on this mountain in the recent past that went all the way to just short of the summit. The new tree seedlings are now anywhere from 10 to 15 feet and travel through them can be extremely tough and bushwhacking through them is not advised. Luckily the logging stopped just short of the summit.
The forest on the summit is of older growth and there are no views on the exact summit. However just feet from the summit is a decent view of Pyramid Peak and mountains further to the south. Roughly 100 yards to the west of the true summit lies another better viewpoint. This viewpointopens up with good views from Mount Rainier to Pyramid Peak. This is clearly the best viewpoint on this entire mountain. There were also good views of Kelly Butte, Colquhoun Peak and Kakawak Peak from the forest road located on the west side of Pechugh Peak.
From the parking area by the fire pits located in the gap take the road that is directly to Pechugh Peak. If you drive this road it will require a high clearance vehicle. If you are walking then just walk this road. Make sure to turn right at the first intersection at about the 4800 foot marker. At the south hairpin turn you will see a path to taller trees. This line of taller tree will head all the way to the summit and this area is much easier than the trying to go through the seedlings.
I have read that there is another way to the summit from north that you can bushwhack. Just take the road all the way to the end and bushwhack up to the summit. I don't know though how scenic this route is or how easy the bushwhack is. You will miss many of the southern views that the other bushwhack has.