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Geysers of Yellowstone   



  Bend Cone
Feature Type: Geyser
Geyser/Spring Type: Cone geyser

Upper Geyser Basin
Pipeline Meadows Group

The two large geyserite cones that sit at a bend in the Firehole River have grown together and are named as one feature. The tiny eruptive action from the two small springs at the double summit seems out of scale with the massive cones. The two springs are considered perpetual spouters that play no more than a foot high. Sometimes the slightly larger northwest spring will pause, making it a geyser in the strict sense of the word.

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