Last Known Eruption
30d 5h 19m ago

Latest Eruptions

Eruption DurationInterval
13 Jun 2024 @ 1428285d 22h 19m
01 Sep 2023 @ 160917s 2m
01 Sep 2023 @ 160713s 2m
01 Sep 2023 @ 160518s 2m
01 Sep 2023 @ 160312s 2m
01 Sep 2023 @ 160119s 3m
01 Sep 2023 @ 155827s 2m
01 Sep 2023 @ 155626s 3m
01 Sep 2023 @ 155323s 2m
01 Sep 2023 @ 155119s 3m
01 Sep 2023 @ 154828s 3m
01 Sep 2023 @ 154530s 3m
01 Sep 2023 @ 154232s 3m
01 Sep 2023 @ 153923s 2m
01 Sep 2023 @ 153714s 2m
01 Sep 2023 @ 153512s 2m
01 Sep 2023 @ 153317s 2m
01 Sep 2023 @ 153127s 3m
01 Sep 2023 @ 152834s 3m
01 Sep 2023 @ 152525s 2m
01 Sep 2023 @ 152316s 2m
01 Sep 2023 @ 152114s 3m
01 Sep 2023 @ 151820s 3m
01 Sep 2023 @ 151533s 3m
01 Sep 2023 @ 151229s 3m
01 Sep 2023 @ 150930s 18d 22h 56m
13 Aug 2023 @ 1613<0.5m 2m
13 Aug 2023 @ 1611<10s 76d 2h 29m
29 May 2023 @ 1342273d 20h 39m
28 Aug 2022 @ 1702:1318s 1m 36s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1700:3716s 1m 59s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1658:3817s 1m 42s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1656:5610s 2m 3s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1654:5315s 1m 48s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1653:0511s 1m 53s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1651:1217s 2m 3s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1649:0921s 1m 57s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1647:1221s 1m 16s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1645:5610s 2m 9s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1643:4723s 2m 32s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1641:1528s 1m 20s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1639:556s 1m 55s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1638:0019s 1m 36s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1636:2418s 2m 3s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1634:2120s 1m 38s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1632:4312s 2m 56s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1629:4731s 3m 38s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1626:0915s 1m 49s
28 Aug 2022 @ 1624:2025s 3m
28 Aug 2022 @ 16212m
28 Aug 2022 @ 1619350d 22h 38m
11 Sep 2021 @ 1740:4323s 2m 12s
11 Sep 2021 @ 1738:3133s 2m 45s
11 Sep 2021 @ 1735:4615s 1m 16s
11 Sep 2021 @ 1734:3029s 1m 59s
11 Sep 2021 @ 1732:3124s 1m 39s
11 Sep 2021 @ 1730:5222s 2m 10s
11 Sep 2021 @ 1728:4226s 2m 30s
11 Sep 2021 @ 1726:1235s 1m 47s
11 Sep 2021 @ 1724:2524s 1m 36s
11 Sep 2021 @ 1722:4926s 2m 6s
11 Sep 2021 @ 1720:4325s 2m 49s
11 Sep 2021 @ 1717:5430s 2m 3s
11 Sep 2021 @ 1715:5131s 1m 43s
11 Sep 2021 @ 1714:0822s 1m 47s
11 Sep 2021 @ 1712:2126s 1m 38s
11 Sep 2021 @ 1710:4317s 1m 47s
11 Sep 2021 @ 1708:5624s 1m
11 Sep 2021 @ 170720s 104d 21h 59m
29 May 2021 @ 19083m
29 May 2021 @ 19052m
29 May 2021 @ 19032m
29 May 2021 @ 19013m
29 May 2021 @ 18582m
29 May 2021 @ 18563m
29 May 2021 @ 18533m
29 May 2021 @ 18502m
29 May 2021 @ 18483m
29 May 2021 @ 18452h 4m
29 May 2021 @ 16411y 272d 23h 41m
30 Aug 2019 @ 170049s 3m
30 Aug 2019 @ 165733s 4m
30 Aug 2019 @ 165357s 3m
30 Aug 2019 @ 165027s 4m
30 Aug 2019 @ 164624s 77d 4h 32m
14 Jun 2019 @ 12142m
14 Jun 2019 @ 1212278d 4m
09 Sep 2018 @ 120827s 3m
09 Sep 2018 @ 120516s 2m
09 Sep 2018 @ 120323s 2m
09 Sep 2018 @ 120130s 3m
09 Sep 2018 @ 1158 ns88d 17h 8m
12 Jun 2018 @ 1850<0.5m 275d 5h 5m
10 Sep 2017 @ 134522s 4m
10 Sep 2017 @ 134120s 5d 17h 38m
04 Sep 2017 @ 200320s 5d 8h 5m
30 Aug 2017 @ 115817s 3m
30 Aug 2017 @ 115528s 3m
30 Aug 2017 @ 115222s 2m
30 Aug 2017 @ 115018s 2m

Interval Statistics

Interval Count100
Min1m
Max1y 272d 23h 41m
Mean24d 18h 59m
Median2m

Latest Notes

Note IDStart Time (US/Mountain)End Time (US/Mountain)EntrantNote
19498 11 Sep 2021 @ 1719 --- Dave W Ar 1719:49, UNNG-WSG-5 had a short/aborted eruption of 6s duration. Entering this as a comment and deleting as an eruption because GeyserTimes keeps rolling the subsequent full eruption at 1720:43 underneath this eruption as a secondary eruption, effectively hiding it.
17259 29 May 2021 @ 1845 29 May 2021 @ 1910 JSJ Additional eruptions are hidden by GeyserTimes' 2 minute default for this geyser. Click on individual eruptions to see some "secondary" entries.
15395 05 Aug 2020 @ 1637 --- JSJ Active. Saw three brief eruptions at 1637-1638, 1639, and 1641. Same geyser as seen in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGDFCiquKrc
6267 07 Jun 2017 @ 1336 07 Jun 2017 @ 1353 JSJ Watched UNNG-WSG-5 (= UWGNN016) (West Side Group, Upper Geyser Basin) for almost 2 hours. Geyser is ~40 meters southeast of Bigfoot Spring (a.k.a. UWGNN009). Viewed from Daisy Trail. It has frequent eruptions, both "major" (= longer) and minor (= shorter in duration). Minors usually have ~1 minute intervals & ~4 to 6 second durations. "Majors" were usually ~15 to 25 seconds long. The first minor after a "major" is especially low/wimpy. The following are eruptions observed before getting a good feel for activity (i.e., didn't note major or minor for all of them): 1336 (for ~0.25m), 1338 to 1339, late 1340 to 1341, 1342 (minor, <5s), earliest 1344 (minor, <5s), late 1344 (minor/brief), late 1345 (minor/brief), late 1346, early 1348, early 1349, near-early 1350, 1351, and 1352.
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07 Jun 2017 @ 1353 JSJ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGDFCiquKrc Video compilation of UNNG-WSG-5's "major" eruptions during the afternoon of 7 June 2017.
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