Gorge

  • (noun): A deep ravine (usually with a river running through it).
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on gorge:

Cambanoora Gorge
... / 28.2963°S 152.3525°E / -28.2963 152.3525 The Cambanoora Gorge runs between the source of the Condamine River and the town of Killarney in Queensland, Australia ... It is also known as the Condamine Gorge or the 14 River Crossings ... The gorge begins in the historical area of The Head which is borderd by Wilsons Peak to the east and Mount Superbus to the north ...
Leonard Harrison - Lumberman and Civic Leader
... Harrison owned a substantial amount of land in the Pine Creek Gorge ... operated a sawmill on Pine Creek at Tiadaghton in the middle of the gorge ... most common in that era, but by a log slide built into the side of the gorge ...
Sychryd
... Its lower section is cut into a spectacular gorge beneath Craig-y-Ddinas or Dinas Rock, site of an Iron Age hillfort and of the once-famous Dinas Silica Mine ... The gorge is well used by gorge-scramblers though there has been concern that their activities can cause damage to the rare bryophytes and mosses that colonise the rocks in this ...
Clydach Gorge - Transport - Roads - Heads of The Valleys Road
... See main article on A465 road The present alignment of the A465 through the gorge was constructed in the 1960s by John Morgan (Construction) Ltd of Cardiff ... cutting and embanking and some sections are built out over the gorge on concrete pillars ... It is a single-carriageway route with two west-bound lanes running up the gorge ...
Swanpool Wood And Furnace Grove - Location
... is plentiful and continuous along the gorge ... There are two separate SSSI designations for the gorge being Lower Wye Gorge and Upper Wye Gorge ...

More definitions of "gorge":

  • (noun): A narrow pass (especially one between mountains).
    Synonyms: defile