adjoins Aurum Geyser
to the northwest, and is also attractive; a deep pool of hot, clear, bubbling, bluish water, the top of which is generally a few inches below a thick, overhanging geyserite rim, but it periodically bubbles more forcefully and rises so that water overflows onto the surrounding greyish-white terrace. The spring was considered a geyser in the early 20th century but has not erupted for many decades.
Just after Beach Spring, the Geyser Hill Loop intersects the west end of the Observation Point Trail
, which leads uphill through pine forest for a quarter of a mile to the next geyser on the tour, Solitary
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