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  • Janine Pingree

    The Fly Geyser is a very unique geyser because it’s not all natural, it is manmade. It developed by mistake from a leaking geothermal well, located in Washoe County, Nevada, which was first drilled back in 1916. Sometime in the 1960s the geothermally heated water found a crack and erupted. It has been spewing gushes of hot water five feet in the air ever since. The rocks around it form beautiful colors due to the thermophilic algae, making this one of the most amazing accidents ever.

  • Angela Herrmann-Thai

    The Fly Geyser, Black Rock Desert, Nevada, USA

  • International Interns USA

    Fly Gyser, Black Rock Desert, Hualapai Valley near Gerlach, Nevada #travel #nevada #usa

  • Carrie Clark

    Fly Geyser, Nevada #Beautiful #Places #Photography

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Fly Geyser, also known as Fly Ranch Geyser is a small geothermal geyser that is located approximately 20 miles north of Gerlach in Washoe County, Nevada. #America #USA

Nevada's Fly Geyser. Accidentally created in 1916 during well drilling, the geyser started spewing water in the 1960s when a geothermally heated pack of water found a weak spot in the wall and began escaping. Dissolved minerals rose and accumulated creating the mound on which the geyser sits. Water now continually spews into the air, reaching up to 5 feet, making it resemble a miniature volcano.

Fly Ranch Geyser is a small geothermal geyser that is located approximately 20 miles (32 km) north of Gerlach, in Washoe County, Nevada. The Geyser is located in Hualapai Flat, about 1/3 of a mile from State Route 34. It is large enough to be seen from the road.

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There are fences and gates surrounding Fly Geyser. In rural Nevada, trespassing is not advised. A person might get shot! If you ask permission to see Fly Geyser in advance, photographers have noted that the owners may allow access.