"Great views from Table Rock are the highlight of this day hike. A power line right-of-way along the route offers good views of the Susquehanna River. At 444 miles long, it is one of the longest rivers the A.T. crosses.
From the trailhead parking area, follow the A.T. north. Pass a radio facility for the Pennsylvania Fish Commission on your right in 0.25 mile, and cross a power line right-of-way in 0.5 mile, with excellent views to the east of the Susquehanna River and Valley. A short side trail to the right at mile 1.6 leads to a good view to the south." Read more
"This hike heads east out of the parking area along the Appalachian Trail (AT), along the Peters Mountain ridge to Table Rock, a wonderful sunny overlook. From there, you can follow the AT to the Peters Mountain Shelter, and from there to the Victoria Trail near the boundary of the Joseph E. Ibberson Conservation Area. The first section of this hike, to Table Rock and back, is deservedly popular. The walking is easy, the distance is not too long, and the view from the rock is spectacular. Beyond Table Rock, the trail can still be busy, as a trip to the Peters Mountain Shelter and back makes for an easy overnight excursion. Beyond the shelter, you’ll see fewer people, mostly folks exploring the AT." Read more