(South) Anemone Geyser


If Anemone Geyser is drained when you walk up, wait a few minutes to watch the stages of a typical eruption. The pool fills, overflows, and large bubbles rise to the surface. Suddenly, Anemone erupts 10 feet (3 m) or more. The water then drains back into the vent with a gurgling sound. The cycle is repeated usually every 7-15 minutes.

*Taken from the NPS Old Faithful Area Trail Guide

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Latitude: 44.46274
Longitude: -110.829
Survey Date: September 29, 1998

Geographic Area: Firehole River Drainage
Thermal Region: Upper Geyser Basin
Thermal Complex: Geyser Hill Group
Ranger District Contact: Old Faithful District, Colleen Rawlings (307) 344-2701

Feature Data

Data Source Supplied By Sample Date Temp Vent Temp pH Cond Extended Data
Park 9/29/1998 89.5°C 0°C 5.61 2000 µS/cm No
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