Copperas Rock Trail is a 0.9 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Todd Township, Pennsylvania that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
I have to say even an inexperienced hiker or nature enthusiast would not have a hard time on this trail. It is used slightly less than the main trail at the swinging bridge and balanced rock. It's a slight incline,(nothing you can't handle) and if you connect with some of the other trails you can make a nice loop. You could follow it up to ledges trail and work your way right back to the falls, balance rock, and the bridge. All in all it isn't difficult and it is a beautiful walk.
Great trail with great views. I played in the water at the picnic area, before going up the trail.
Don't waste your money at the gym. This trail rises over 400 feet in four tenths of a mile. And it is rocky most of the way. Start at the Copperas Rock Picnic Area, cross the street and continue up to the end at the Ledges Trail. If you want to make a loop, take a right on Ledges and follow it to the end at Abbot Run. Right again on Abbot Run Trail and follow it down to Rainbow Falls. From here turn right again and follow down to the Suspension Bridge where you will continue straight past the bridge and the trail becomes Rhododendron Trail. Rhododendron will take you back to the bottom of Capperas Rock Trail just above Trough Creek Drive and the picnic area you started from.