The Colorado river gradually eroded the rocks, cutting the deep gorge we see today.
As the ice from the Ice Age melted, the large amount of water eroded the softer rock and formed the gorge.Hope I was of help xxx
The Gorge was formed as the waterfalls eroded itself back following the Niagara River.
A "ravine" (fem.) is a narrow steep-sided valley, canyon or gorge commonly eroded by running water.
Another name for deep gorge is canyon or ravine.
A gorge is a deep narrow passage with steep rocky sides.
Cheddar Gorge is 400ft Deep And 3 Miles Long :)
the royal gorge bridge is 1,053 feet deep. Wikipedia states it's 1250 in some places
Rocks buried deep underground must get exposed before they are weathered or eroded
On average, Flaming Gorge Reservoir is around 64.5 meters (212 feet) deep. The maximum recorded depth was 133 meters (436 feet) deep.
Royal gorge (i think)
Canyon EG: Grand Canyon
if you mean ravine, it is a deep narrow valley or gorge in the earth's surface worn by running water.
it descends into a gorge.