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  Rabbit Creek Geyser
Feature Type: Geyser
Geyser/Spring Type: Fountain geyser

Basin
Midway Geyser Basin
Complex
Rabbit Creek Hot Springs

Though probably no more than a mile from the loop road, Rabbit Creek Geyser is in a wild and trail-less area that has remarkable thermal features of many kinds. The geysers in the Rabbit Creek area do not erupt very high and most of Rabbit Creek Geyser’s eruptions take place below ground level in the geyser’s deep crater. During the eruption there is violent boiling to a height of two or three feet above the surface of the geyser’s pool. Rarely the geyser will erupt so that the water is thrown several feet above ground level. The minute-long eruptions usually recur every 15 to 27 minutes.



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