After North Goggles Geyser
, the anti-clockwise loop of Geyser Hill continues to Goggles Spring
, an irregularly-shaped pool whose water level is usually a few inches below the thick sinter rim, and is adjoined to the north by a cooler, shallower, circular pool lined by orange and yellow cyanobacteria. The geyser almost never erupts, but it produces a significant amount of water, flowing west as a well-defined stream for 400 feet to the Firehole River.
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