West Triplet Geyser
is the largest of three closely-spaced vents, but for most of the time is not particularly interesting to look at, being dry, surrounded by a dull white, gravelly sinter ring, 15 feet in diameter. It does however occasionally (once or twice a day) erupt to a height of 10 feet, the activity being connected to the nearby and much bigger Grand Geyser
. The other components are East Triplet and North Triplet, both of which have much smaller vents.
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