The West Virginia. Cyclopedia
Doll's Gap, or Dolls Gap, forms the famous "saddle" of Gap Mountain in West Virginia's eastern panhandle. A "wind gap," the formation was established long ago by a stream which once crossed the mountain; after years of uplifting, the stream abandoned the pass across the mountains.
Doll's Gap can best been seen from an overlook on U.S. 50 Skyline where the highway descends the Allegheny Front.