Roaring Run Trails is a 6.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Apollo, PA that features a waterfall. The trail is rated as difficult offers a number of activity options.
Two trails. Followed the upper Blue Loop and lower Loop.
The main trail is a flat wide bike path not fun for hiking but it's by the beautiful river, the mtn biking / hiking trails are the best maintained trails I've hiked and over beautiful views of the river, and small seconds of creek along the way. I've found various birds, snakes, mushrooms, deer, snails, and rodents along the trail however I've seen black bear on the roads behind it so keep a watch.
Good trail to test gear. Main trail is nice. Side trails that are mainly for bikes are hard to follow. Great views of water.
Pretty good trail. The Lower section is really easy and relatively flat and scenic. The Upper section is more challenging, but difficult to follow. I got turned around and didn't follow the exact route indicated on this site. There were also a lot of knotweed plants on this trail.
Back part of trail is now posted off so you can't hike it back to the starting point. Have to turn around and come back along the river.
Nice ride. Back loop is more difficult that the section along the river. Very scenic. Enjoyable.
very pretty and quite
Great hike, very peaceful. Saw several deer, and the scenery is great. Going to make this a regular weekly hike.
Really lovely views, waterfalls off the main trail, an old furnace to check out, great place to take pictures and enjoy a fall hike.
Beautiful Fall hike!
Its basically a hike that you can make it as difficult as you you would like. Their are plenty of trails that trail off. the trail scenery was beautiful, it starts out with a nice walk by the river. The a the bridge about 2 miles from the parking lot you can take a left to the Rock Furnace trail, this section had soon really cool sights, a suspension bridge, a boulder as big as a house and nice rolling waters. Our hike turned out a little harder because we went off trail and followed some blue ribbons on trees that took us farther up the mountain, we're we got lost and had to make our own trails, I think it diffinetely worth going again.
It was very nice mostly uphill going out so nice coming back. It was a little short but a nice relaxing ride
Pretty. Went just to see the water falls.
Great trail! Well maintained gravel trail along a roaring creek down to the Kiskimenatas (sp). A longish climb on the way back but gradual enough. Shady.
Love this place. It's perfect for dogs too.