Frothing river winds past solitary mesas and ancestral Puebloan buildings carving out dramatic rock formations in Canyonlands National Park before blustering on down around picturesque bluffs towards Moab.
Crystal Geyser is a cold water geyser powered by carbon dioxide and other gases. It erupts a few times a day at irregular intervals. A typical eruption last about seven minutes and sends an impressive amount of water up to 60 feet skyward. The folks at the Grand County (800-635-6622) or Emery County (888-564-3600) travel councils usually have a bead on its latest eruption schedule. The geyser is located about 10 miles south of town on an unpaved road that's passable for cars in dry weather.
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