Gulch

Gulch

[guhlch]
A gulch is a deep V-shaped valley formed by erosion. It may contain a small stream or dry creek bed and is usually larger in size than a gully. Occasionally, sudden intense rainfall may produce flash floods in the area of the gulch.

In parts of New York and New England, the word "gulf" is used for either gulch, gorge or small canyon.

In Canada, gulch is also used to refer to:

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