United States UGB - Oblong Geyser

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Lewis Kemper

About This Spot

Oblong Geyser, named for its oblong shaped pool is barely visible from the trail unless you happen to witness an eruption. Eruptions occur irregularly with an interval of approximately 3-12 hours. When Oblong Geyser does erupt it is not too tall, around 25 feet, but it is very wide and Oblong expels an estimated 10,000 gallons of water during an eruption. That is more than Old Faithful expels during a major eruption! Since Oblong is situated alongside the Firehole River, the water flows directly into the river in the direction away from the boardwalk.

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