is one of the Upper Geyser Basin's more predictable geysers, erupting for around 4 minutes to a height of 75 feet, separated by quiet periods of between 2 and 4 hours. The geyser pool is about 2 meters in diameter, partly surrounded by an irregular, rounded sinter rim, with other sinter formations and shallow pour-over pools all around. The vent is angled to the west about 20° off vertical, making the eruption more unusual and impressive. Activity is related to that of nearby Splendid Geyser
. Daisy is one of five geysers in the basin for which activity is predicted.
Beyond Daisy Geyser, the path rejoins the western section of the main Upper Geyser Basin Loop; turning south, this encounters mostly wooded terrain, passing no more named thermal features until Shield Spring
after half a mile.
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