Nature Is Putting On A Show As Wyoming’s Giantess Geyser Awakens

Yellowstone National Park is famous for its thermal features, and for being home to the largest collection of geysers, hot springs, and hot pots in the entire world. In fact, many visitors comment on how Yellowstone feels like another planet! This week, visitors were treated to a true surprise when the sleeping Giantess Geyser roared to life, spewing an enormous jet of steam more than 100 feet into the air, for the first time in over six years.

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Watch the webcam’s live stream on the National Park website, here.

For more information about Yellowstone’s thermal activity, attractions, and history, visit the park’s Facebook page!

Wyoming’s famous geysers and thermal features are impressive, and while you might want to get up close for a better view, beware! Yellowstone National Park Has A Surprisingly Dark And Deadly History.

Address: Giantess Geyser, Wyoming 82190, USA