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Map Information
Map type 5CP
Latest version cp_gullywash_f9
First released April 9, 2009
Last updated June 3, 2022
Developer Jan "Arnold" Laroy
Official map No
Download Download icon.png
Competitive Information
Format 6v6
In rotation AsiaFortress Cup 20
ETF2L ETF2L Season 42
RGL RGL Season 10
ozfortress OZF 35

Gullywash is a 5CP map created by Jan "Arnold" Laroy. The map was first posted to the TF2Maps.Net forums on April 9, 2009 and was promptly included in ETF2L 6v6 Season 6 later that year. The map has been a staple in the competitive 6v6 scene since then, and was officially added to the game on October 13, 2011.

Gullywash is well-known for its more closed design; featuring only two entrances (choke and big door) to its middle point as opposed to the more popular three entrances. This can often lead to more stalemates and slower play around the second point. In contrast, Gullywash is notorious for its relatively fast-capping last point featuring a flank route underneath the point known as "water".


Mid point[edit]

Gullywash mid point callouts
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Big Door
Lower / Yard
Elbow / Banana
Nipple / Point
Ramp / Small Banana
Boxes / Crates

Second point[edit]

Gullywash second point callouts
Gullywash Second Point.jpg
Upper / Balcony
Big Door
Lobby / Shutter
Second Point


Gullywash lobby callouts
Gullywash Lobby.jpg
Balcony / Launchpad
Lower Lobby / Wood
Upper Lobby
Shutter / Lockers

Last point[edit]

Gullywash last point callouts (defenders' perspective)
Gullywash Last Point.jpg
Shutter / Lockers
Balcony / Launchpad
  • The area underneath the point is known as "water"
  • The area underneath left is known as "secret"


The Demoman rollout leads to choke, whereas the Roaming Soldier rollout leads to big door with the rest of the team. The Medic will usually go up elbow and meet the Demoman at choke.


Roaming Soldier[edit]

Map information[edit]

Gullywash has one of the shortest last point capture times in the competitive map pool, at 3.8 seconds with x1 multiplier. This, combined with the flank routes below and beside the point (water and secret), make Gullywash prone to round-winning backcaps.

Point capture times (seconds)
Multiplier Mid Second Last
x1 19.00 16.00 3.80
x2 12.67 10.67 2.53
x3 10.36 8.73 2.07
x4 9.12 7.68 1.82
x5 8.32 7.01 1.66
x6 7.76 6.53 1.55
x7 7.33 6.17 1.47
x8 6.99 5.89 1.40
x9 6.72 5.66 1.34
x10 6.49 5.46 1.30
x11 6.29 5.30 1.26
Respawn wave times (seconds)
Control points owned by opposing team
1 2 Neutral 3 4
8.9 8.9 8.9 8.9 8.9
Health and ammo packs
Small health Medium health Small ammo Medium ammo
16 6 18 8

Map pool history[edit]

Gullywash has been a staple in the competitive community since its debut in 2009; being very popular in organized tournaments as well as pickup games. It is one of very few maps to have only been dropped from the map pool once (in Oceania for OWL 5). In 2020, the project began working on Gullywash and released versions of the map with many minor fixes that made it more suited for competitive play. These fixed versions have since been adopted by the community in preference to the official version.

Gullywash map pool history
DL Map version Asia Europe North America Oceania
Download icon.png cp_gullywash_f9 RGL Season 10 ozfortress OZF 35
RGL Season 9 ozfortress OZF 34
Download icon.png cp_gullywash_f8 ETF2L Season 42
Download icon.png cp_gullywash_f7 AsiaFortress Cup 20
Download icon.png cp_gullywash_f6 ETF2L Season 41 RGL Season 8 ozfortress OZF 33
Download icon.png cp_gullywash_f4b AsiaFortress Cup 19
Download icon.png cp_gullywash_f4a ETF2L Season 40
Download icon.png cp_gullywash_f4 ozfortress OZF 32
Download icon.png cp_gullywash_f3 AsiaFortress Cup 18 ozfortress OZF 31
AsiaFortress Cup 17 ozfortress OZF 30
cp_gullywash_final1 AsiaFortress Cup 16 ETF2L Season 39 RGL Season 7 ozfortress OZF 29
AsiaFortress Cup 15 ETF2L Season 38 RGL Season 6 ozfortress OZF 28
AsiaFortress Cup 14 ETF2L Season 37 RGL Season 5 ozfortress OZF 27
AsiaFortress Cup 13 ETF2L Season 36 RGL Season 4 ozfortress OZF 26
AsiaFortress Cup 12 ETF2L Season 35 RGL Season 3 ozfortress OZF 25
AsiaFortress Cup 11 ETF2L Season 34 RGL Season 2 ozfortress OZF 24
AsiaFortress Cup 10 ETF2L Season 33 RGL Season 1 ozfortress OZF 23
AsiaFortress Cup 9 ETF2L Season 32 ESEA Season 31 ozfortress OZF 22
AsiaFortress Cup 8 ETF2L Season 31 ESEA Season 30 ozfortress OZF 21
AsiaFortress Cup 7 ETF2L Season 30 ESEA Season 29 ozfortress OZF 20
AsiaFortress Cup 6 ETF2L Season 29 ESEA Season 28 ozfortress OZF 19
AsiaFortress Season 5 ETF2L Season 28 ESEA Season 27 ozfortress OZF 18
ETF2L Season 27 ESEA Season 26 ozfortress OZF 17
ETF2L Season 26 ESEA Season 25 ozfortress OZF 16
ETF2L Season 25 ESEA Season 24 ozfortress OZF 15
ETF2L Season 24 ESEA Season 23 ozfortress OWL 14
ETF2L Season 23 ESEA Season 22 ozfortress OWL 13
ETF2L Season 22 ESEA Season 21 ozfortress OWL 12
ETF2L Season 21 ESEA Season 20 ozfortress OWL 11
ETF2L Season 20 ESEA Season 19 ozfortress OWL 10
ETF2L Season 19 ESEA Season 18 ozfortress OWL 9
ETF2L Season 18 ESEA Season 17 ozfortress OWL 8
ETF2L Season 17 ESEA Season 16 ozfortress OWL 7
ETF2L Season 16 ESEA Season 15
ETF2L Season 15 ESEA Season 14
ETF2L Season 14 ESEA Season 13
ETF2L Season 13 ESEA Season 12
ETF2L Season 12 ESEA Season 11
ETF2L Season 11 ESEA Season 10
Download icon.png cp_gullywash_pro ETF2L Season 10 ESEA Season 9 ozfortress OWL 6
Download icon.png cp_gullywash_imp3 ESEA Season 7 ozfortress OWL 4
Download icon.png cp_gullywash AsiaFortress Season 4 ETF2L Season 9 ozfortress OWL 3
AsiaFortress Season 3 ETF2L Season 8 ESEA Season 8 ozfortress OWL 2
AsiaFortress Season 2 ETF2L Season 7 ESEA Season 6
ETF2L Season 6



  • The callout "water" was named due to the area being filled with water in previous versions of the map
  • The callout "river" was named due to a river being outside the windows in the area in previous versions of the map.[1] Additionally, it "leads to water".
  • The original name for Gullywash was cp_worselands.[2]

External links[edit]


Resource Link Date Class Author(s) Tournament
Guides Gullywash Roamer Map Review Oct 12, 2020 Roamericon.png marmaloo
6s Gullywash Maptalk Jun 12, 2019 cyanic
How to TF2 - Scout tips for Gullywash middle Aug 7, 2017 Scouticon.png SVMZI
Cube´s 6vs6 Competitive TF2 Guide - Gullywash Edition Dec 10, 2015 Cube
Callouts cp_gullywash callouts May 24, 2017
Gullywash Map Callouts Jun 10, 2016 Grizzly Berry
Rollouts cp_gullywash demoman rollout Jul 26, 2016 Demomanicon.png
cp_gullywash roamer rollout Jul 23, 2016 Roamericon.png
cp_gullywash scout rollout Jul 23, 2016 Scouticon.png
cp_gullywash pocket rollout Jul 7, 2016 Pocketicon.png
Pocket Rollout Basics: cp_gullywash_final1 Apr 13, 2015 Pocketicon.png b4nny
MGE: Demo#b4nny: Gullywash Demo Rollout Dec 8, 2011 Demomanicon.png MGE, b4nny
Tutorials cp_gullywash sticky traps May 28, 2017 Demomanicon.png
cp_gullywash hiding spots & winger jumps May 26, 2017
Demo reviews Invite Roamer Demo Review on Gullywash with SOOOOOAPYMEiSTER Nov 23, 2021 Roamericon.png RGL, SOOOOOAPYMEiSTER RGL Traditional Sixes Season 5
Reckoner + Gullywash Demoman POV review (ETF2L Div1, Low) Jul 21, 2021 Demomanicon.png Mak
kaidus demo review s31 grand finals Jul 10, 2019 kaidus EFT2L 6v6 Season 31
Kaidus Demo Review Upper Bracket Finals Mar 19, 2019 kaidus EFT2L 6v6 Season 31
Subscriber Demo Review: Shiki (cp_gullywash Pocket POV) Jan 21, 2016 Pocketicon.png b4nny ESEA Season 20
seagull roamer demo review #2 Oct 22, 2015 Roamericon.png Seagull i52
mike roamer demo review Oct 20, 2015 Roamericon.png Seagull i55
PYYYOUR's Demo Review of Invite Gullywash Matches (Part 1)
PYYYOUR's Demo Review of Invite Gullywash Matches (Part 2)
Jan 21, 2013 Demomanicon.png MR SLIN, PYYYOUR ESEA-I Season 13
POVs RGL S4 Week 5B: jayhyunpae POV vs Wonderwall gullywash Oct 24, 2020 Pocketicon.png jayhyunpae RGL Traditional Sixes Season 4
b4nny POV: froyotech vs Dorsia (RGL-I S3 Playoffs) Aug 1, 2020 Scouticon.png b4nny RGL Traditional Sixes Season 3
RGL S1 Grand Finals arekk POV Map 2 Nov 22, 2019 Scouticon.png arekk RGL Traditional Sixes Season 1