Although this is not the tallest geyser & it takes time to visit, but for me its the best. What really marks this geyser than the other famous ones is that it is in the backcountry (no broadwalks) & you can enjoy it all to yourself (only me & another hiker when I visited).
The hike to the geyser is beautiful & easy and when you arrive there are a lot of views & some wildlife to admire while waiting for the geyser to erupt.
Note: it erupts every 3hrs or so so check with old faithful VC before planning your hike & there is a log book there to record the eruptions so record your timings, its really helpful for other hikers.
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