Monday, October 25, 2010

ShareTweet Excelsior Geyser Crater is the result of what used to be an active geyser that would erupt to heights of up to 300 feet, making it one of the largest geysers in the world at that time.  Currently Excelsior Crater discharges up to 4,500 gallons of water per minute and maintains a temperature of […]

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ShareTweet Shell Spring is located in the Biscuit Basin at Yellowstone National Park.  Though it is called a “spring” it acts a little more like a geyser.  Though eruptions are not huge, they are noticeable at hot water shoots a foot or two up from the surface vent of Shell Spring.  Shell Spring is named […]

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ShareTweet Avoca Spring is located near the trailhead of the Mystic Falls trail at the top of the boardwalk look through Biscuit Basin in Yellowstone National Park.  Up until 1959 is was just a spring but has since morphed into a geyser with erratic eruptions.  You aren’t likely to see Evoca Spring erupt these days […]

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