Visited here just before sunset on a cold January day. Apparently the geyser is operated on the hour, every hour, every day of the year (though don't quote me on this).
Nobody else was around. There was ice all over the surrounding walkways, but the water was very warm. When the geyser was activated, it went incredibly high, and created steam all around it -- fun to experience.
The weirdest thing: when I put my hands back in the water right after the geyser stopped, it was much, much colder than it had been beforehand.
Anybody who can explain this gets a gold star.
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