At this point I thought I may be "geysered out" but this ended up being really cool, especially the Porcelain Geyser area.
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I've been here 4 times over 50 years. In the 1990's Echidna geyser was always erupting, but now is quieter. The greens and reds show off the bacteria colonies of the hot springs.
Parking is limited here but hey- we traveled thousands of miles to visit so we waited the 45 minutes in the line to the parking lot. It's worth the stop, but they could absolutely use an employee to help with the situation. There were several...More
The Porcelain Basin Loop looks, smells, and feels totally alien. The ground is so toxic and hot, it's barren of all but the most hardy of lifeforms. It doesn't feel like some hot springs or geysers in the hillside or forest, like most other basins....More
Really interesting geysers. We loved it and it's not too busy early in the day. We did however get caught in a rain storm with a little hail. My kids will never forget running through the rain on the long boardwalk. Really a must see...More
The parking lot was very busy and it took 15 minutes to find a space. We only walked around the shorter Porcelain Basin boardwalk which took about 25 minutes and was very good. There is a longer boardwalk around Back Basin
This was the first geyser basin we visited and my favorite. The Porcelain Basin was gorgeous and unique. The Back Basin was a little longer to hike, so we went out but took a short cut back. There are maps along the way so if...More
We loved especially the porcelain basin part of this geyser basin. Very different from the other parts so worth going to see
Norris is one of the most active earthquake areas in the park & also one of the world's largest active volcanoes. It is unique in its own way. When you arrive, purchase a trail guide for 1 dollar Or you can borrow it, just remember...More