Appalachian Trail is a hiking and horse trail in North Carolina and Tennessee. It is within Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Cherokee National Forest. It is 68.5 miles long and begins at 1,470 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 27.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 12,893 feet. Mt. Buckley, Little Chestnut Bald (elevation 4,905 feet), Mount Collins, Thunderhead Mountain, Snowbird Mountain (elevation 4,249 feet), Sunup Knob, Snowbird Mountain (elevation 4,255 feet), Mount Ambler, Wildcat Top (elevation 4,213 feet), Cold Spring Knob, Masa Knob, Jenkins Knob, Silers Bald, Mount Love, Big Chestnut Bald, Brier Knob, Ross Knob, Mount Sequoyah (elevation 5,968 feet), Hemlock Knob, Laurel Top (elevation 5,899 feet), Inadu Knob, The Sawteeth, Laurel Top, Clingmans Dome, Camel Hump Knob, and Rocky Top, the Yellow Creek Gap, Beechnut Gap, The Narrows, Double Spring Gap, Davenport Gap, Buckeye Gap, Indian Gap, Coppers Gap, Davenport Gap, False Gap, Porters Gap, Collins Gap, Newfound Gap, Mineral Gap, Starkey Gap, Sugartree Gap, and Deer Creek Gap saddles, Newfound Gap Overlook and another viewpoint, the Cosby Knob Shelter (elevation 4,744 feet), Davenport Gap Shelter (elevation 2,566 feet), Derrick Knob Shelter (elevation 4,751 feet), Double Spring Gap Shelter (elevation 5,509 feet), Icewater Spring Shelter (elevation 5,919 feet), and Silers Bald Shelter (elevation 5,453 feet) camp sites, and the Eagle Rocks (elevation 5,781 feet) cliff can be seen along the trail. There are also parkings and restrooms along the trail.