A faithful geyser from California

To get to Calistoga in the Napa Valley is only a few hours away by car from downtown San Francisco. The drive is quite simple and easy. Take motorway 101 north. Cross the Golden Gate Bridge and continue north on the local mountain road. The Calistoga and Napa Valley is famous for several things, such as wines, hot springs, mud baths or fine dining. Among the natural wonders, visitors can enjoy the Callistog, this geyser is at the top of the list. There are many geysers in the world. Japan has some countries like a volcano. New Zealand is another country that you would visit for your geysers.

In the US, visitors can find geysers in Nevada, Wyoming, or California. This old faithful California geyser is one of the few geysers in the world called "Old Faithful". The name Old Faithful Geysers is given to geysers who erupt water at regular intervals. As the natural state of formation of a geyser is not simple, it is not easy to find a geyser with regular eruptions of water even in the world. Conditions include sufficient groundwater, a heat source, a pressure or a path of water to the earth's surface.

This geyser erupts water in the air every thirty minutes. The eruption of steam and the scaling of water reaches sixty to one hundred feet in the air each time it erupts. Admission to this geyser is $ 8 per adult. A child between the ages of six and twelve is $ 6. Children 6 years and younger are free. Adult sixty-five years of age or older is $ 7. A visitor can get a $ 1 discount with a triple A membership or their official printout on the website.

Tables and benches are provided in the geysers area. No food or drink is provided. The visitor must be prepared for their eating and drinking. Visitors may see occasional small eruptions, but the true eruption is large. Don't get frustrated too quickly with small eruptions. The main thing will come.

While visitors wait, after a rumbling sound for a few minutes, it suddenly erupts with the whistling sound of water scratching the ground. Water and steam reach fifty to sixty feet per second, shooting water straight. A single eruption continues for more than one expectation. It lasts at least three to five minutes.

It is known as a good predictive measure of an earthquake. When the body observes a change in the pattern of eruption of the geyser, such as delayed eruption or less water, an earthquake of about five hundred miles will occur in the area. This is the place that one hopes to visit in order to touch the natural spectacles.