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Crystal Geyser – Green River Utah
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Overview
Location

Outside of Green River, Utah

Sights

Crystal Geyser, Green River

Distance

Located right next to the parking area

Parking Lot Elevation

4062 ft

Summit Elevation

N/A

Elevation Gain/Loss

N/A

Time Required

<30 minutes

Pets

Allowed

Fees

None

Water Info

Crystal Geyser, bring water as needed.

Best Season

All

Hours

Open year round

Sun Exposure

No shade

Trail Condition

No trail

Restrooms

None

Visitor Center

None

Camping

N/A

Food

Bring snacks as needed.

Equipment

Bring camera, sun glasses, hat

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The Trail:

Crystal Geyser is an out of the way place that features very cool colored rock formations (orange and white travertine) right next to the Green River.

The geyser is very sporadic and only erupts for about an average of 100 minutes per day.  While on our visit, we stayed for about 30 minutes and didn’t see anything but some bubbling near the pipe.  We had lots of fun checking out all the cool colors and formations though.

Crystal Geyser

Crystal Geyser

Crystal Geyser

Crystal Geyser

Crystal Geyser

Crystal Geyser

Crystal Geyser

Crystal Geyser

Crystal Geyser

Crystal Geyser

Crystal Geyser

The Return:

Head back towards your vehicle.

Personal Thoughts:

If you have an extra 30 minutes in Green River I suggest you make the quick trip to see Crystal Geyser.Trek Planner Logo

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Jeff Johnson
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