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Flaming Geyser Park

This seven-mile trip takes you to a park with more than three miles of freshwater shoreline along the Green River featuring the methane seeps that the park is named for.

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Here natural gas forced its way through salt water at irregular intervals and would burn brightly, when ignited, for a few minutes or for hours. The Baby Geyser, several hundred yards from the larger spout, burns almost continuously through cold sulphur water. The Flaming Geyser was discovered when prospectors were drilling holes in search of the McKay coal bed. After they had bored to considerable depth, gas began flowing. Failing...

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