"This section of the AT is strenuous only in spots, but it’s a long haul, so it’s best as a two-or three-day trip. Along the trail there are several clearings where you can camp, or you can spend the night at the Tray Mountain Shelter or Deep Gap Shelter, both of which have nearby water sources. An early climb leads to great views of Yonah Mountain, and the scenery is excellent as you proceed to Indian Grave Gap.
The trail climbs to Tray Mountain, the AT’s highest point in Georgia at 4430 feet, and then enters the Tray Mountain Wilderness. Here, you’ll encounter brief climbs, ridge walks, and several gaps before dropping into Addis Gap, which is another good place to camp. As you approach Powell Mountain, look for a side trail that leads to an excellent overlook. From Powell Mountain the trail drops easily to Dicks Creek."