Biscuit Geyser Basin

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 Black Pearl Geyser is located in the Biscuit Geyser Basin at Yellowstone National Park.  It is a mostly dormant geyser that rarely if ever erupts.  The name Black Pearl Geyser comes from the black round knobs that line the inside of the the vent of the geyser.  Moss grows around the rim of this […]

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ShareTweet Mustard Spring  is really two underground geysers in the Biscuit Basin area of Yellowstone National Park.  When you see it, it looks like a big crater in the ground with a small water terrace around the edges of the crater.  A closeup view of Mustard Spring reveals a lot of yellow around the opening […]

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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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ShareTweet Black Diamond Pool in the Biscuit Basin of Yellowstone National Park is one of a number of hot pools clustered together near the beginning of the Biscuit Basin Boardwalk right after the bridge from the parking lot connects to the boardwalk.  Black Diamond is a large pool that tends to be very calm though […]

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ShareTweet Wall Pool is one of the first pools you will see as you stroll through the Biscuit Geyser Basin at Yellowstone National Park.  It is located very close to Black Opal Pool and the two often appear in the same picture.   Wall Pool looks very similar to Black Opal Pool.  It is a darker […]

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ShareTweet Black Opal Pool in the Biscuit Basin of Yellowstone National Park is located right across the bridge from the parking lot at Biscuit Basin and the first pool you will come to along with Wall Pool.  The sign by Black Opal Pool labels it Black Opal Spring but either name is correct.  It is […]

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ShareTweet Jewel Geyser is one of many sights in the Biscuit Basin.  Jewel Geyser is located long the inside of the loop through Biscuit Basin just past Sapphire Pool and before Shell Geyser.  The interval between eruptions of Jewel Geyser is said to be around 10 minutes but it seems to be a bit longer […]

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