A modest handful of high-rise buildings lends man-made shape to Salt Lake City's skyline, the mountains behind hinting at the outdoors-oriented haven this flourishing urban center really is behind the show of church and state.
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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