Blue Ridge Mountains
This list of Virginia Blue Ridge gaps is listed starting from north to south.
- Potomac Water Gap, elevation 240 feet, Harpers Ferry, on U.S. Route 340
- Keyes Gap, originally Vestal's Gap, elevation 895 feet, on Virginia State Route 9 in Loudoun County
- Wilson Gap, also Gregory Gap, elevation 1440 feet, in Loudoun County
- Snickers Gap, originally William's Gap in 1769, on Virginia State Route 7
- Ashby's Gap, elevation 1,100 feet, on U.S. Route 50
- Manassas Gap, also known as Markham's Gap and Calmese Gap, elevation 950 feet, on U.S. Route 55 and Interstate 66
- Chester Gap, also known as Happy Creek Gap, elevation 1,339 feet, on U.S. Route 522
- Elkwallow Gap, elevation 2,455 feet on Skyline Drive
- Thornton Gap, elevation 2,460 feet, on U.S. Route 211
- Hughes River Gap north of Little Stony Man
- Fishers Gap, elevation 3,070 feet, on Skyline Drive
- Hawksbill Gap, elevation 3,360 feet
- Pine Hill Gap east southeast of Hot Mountain
- Turkeypen Gap south of Breedlove Knob
- Laurel Gap east northeast of Bootens Gap
- Bootens Gap between Powell Mountain and Jones Mountain
- Swift Run Gap on U.S. Route 33
- Smith Roach Gap northeast of Roundtop on Skyline Drive
- Powell Gap on Skyline Drive north of Flattop Mountain
- Simmons Gap between Weaver Mountain and Flattop Mountain near Simmons Gap, Virginia, Greene County
- Browns Gap
- Black Rock Gap
- Jarmans Gap near Waynesboro
- Rockfish Gap (also known as Afton Gap) on Interstate 64
- Reeds Gap on VA 664 (Reeds Gap Road)
- Tye River Gap on Virginia State Route 56
- Indian/White's Gap on U.S. Route 60
- Petites Gap (Elevation 2,369 Feet)
- James River Gorge
- Bearwallow Gap on Blue Ridge Parkway
- Black Horse Gap on Blue Ridge Parkway
- Buford's Gap on U.S. Route 460
- Adney Gap on U.S. Route 221
- Volunteer Gap at Fancy Gap, Virginia elevation 2,672 feet on Blue Ridge Parkway Mile Post 193
- Pipers Gap on Virginia State Route 97
- Mikes Gap south of Gleaves Road near Ewing Mountain
- Dry Run Gap on Grayson Turnpike or U.S. Route 21 in Virginia
- Blue Spring Gap near Comers Rock Road
- Flat Ridge Gap south of Blue Spring Gap
- Dickey Gap at intersection of Mt. Rogers Scenic Byway Virginia State Route 16 and Comers Creek Road
- Massie Gap near Mount Rogers
- Rhododendron Gap near Mount Rogers
- Deep Gap west of Mount Rogers
- Bear Tree Gap on J.E.B Stuart Highway aka U.S. Route 58
- McQueen Gap south of Chestnut Mountain on Virginia-Tennessee border
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