Thursday, October 28, 2010

ShareTweet The Yellowstone Doublet Pool is located in the Old Faithful Geyser Basin.  It is about 5 feet deep and the temperature hovers around 195 degrees.  Over the years, Doublet Pool has erupted as  geyser only a few times.  Sometimes activity deep below the surface will cause small waves on the surface of the pool […]

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ShareTweet Vault Geyser is a geyser located in the Old Faithful Geyser Basin at Yellowstone National Park.  Eruptions of Vault Geyser are typically no more than 15 feet high and occur at irregular intervals.  Unlike most fountain geysers the pool of Vault Geyser does not need to fill up prior to an eruption.  The area […]

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ShareTweet Sulphide Spring in the Old Faithful Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park is a small spring right near the boardwalk close to the Old Faithful Visitor Center.  It is aptly named Sulphide Spring because of the strong sulfur odor it emits.  It smells a bit like the Mud Volcano area which smells like rotten […]

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ShareTweet Sapphire Pool in the Biscuit Basin of Yellowstone National Park is a STUNNING sights to see and one of the top-10 most beautiful hot spring pools in all of Yellowstone.  The pool is a deep blue sapphire color and measures about 18 by 30 feet so it is one of the smaller pools in […]

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ShareTweet Pink Cone Geyser is a small geyser along the Firehole Lake Drive at Yellowstone National Park.  Typical eruptions of Pink Cone Geyser reach as high as 30 feet into the air and may last for 90 to 120 minutes.  Pink Cone Geyser erupts about once per day but eruptions are not predicted by the […]

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ShareTweet Young Hopeful Geyser is one of three small geysers along the side of Firehole Lake Drive.  Young Hopeful Geyser erupts almost all the time from two different craters so chances are you will see it erupting as you drive by or walk along the boardwalk in this area.  Eruptions are very small, typically no […]

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