Ha Gorge is a gorge located on the west slope of Thrypti mountain on the eastern part of the island of Crete in Greece. It is located in the east of Vasiliki village in the plain of Ierapetra.

The gorge is about 1.5km long and is narrow at several points with walls rising up to 300m. Being very difficult to access to people, the Ha gorge maintains a rich and diverse avifauna.Its name derives from the verbhasko meaning to open or part widely, to gape. Ha is considered to be one of the wildest gorges in Crete and one of the most difficult to cross.