|Elevation||3,132 ft (955 m)|
|Traversed by||NC 694 / Blue Ridge Pkwy|
|Location|| North Carolina|
|Range||Great Craggy Mountains|
|Topo map||USGS Craggy Pinnacle|
Craven Gap (el. 3,132 ft (955 m)) is a mountain pass between Peach Knob and Rice Knob, part of the Elk Mountains and Great Craggy Mountains. NC 694 (Town Mountain Road) connects with the Blue Ridge Parkway at the gap, where it provides direct access to downtown Asheville. The gap also has trails for hikers and is a popular bicycle rest area.