The world's Longest geyser


THE WORLD'S LONGEST GEYSER
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

What is the world's longest geyser?

Nothing beats watching nature spew massive amounts of hot water hundreds, or even thousands of feet into the air.

In 1900, on New Zealand's North Island, a geyser named Waimangu started erupting, the longest of those eruptions reached 1,600 feet, making it, by far, the world's longest geyser.

Four years after it started nature turned it off by burying it with a landslide.

The longest active geyser is located in Yellowstone National Park, but it's not Old Faithful.

Steamboat, is the longest active geyser, it's eruptions reaching as high as 390 feet.

In case you're wondering, although Old Faithful is the most consistently erupting geyser, the eruptions top out at 195 feet.

The world's Longest geyser
Steamboat


The world's Longest geyser

The world's Longest geyser

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