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Old Faithful

Old Faithful is a geyser in Yellowstone National Park. It is known for erupting every 91 minutes, which is how it earned its name.

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Who discovered Old faithful?

The geyser was discovered by the Washburn Expedition, led by gen. Henry Washburn.

How much does it cost to watch old faithful erupt?

Old Faithful is located in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, United States. According to the National Parks' website, the entrance fee for the park is $25 for a private, noncommercial vehicle; $20 for each snowmobile or motorcycle; or $12 for each visitor 16 and older entering by foot, bike, ski, etc. This fee provides the visitor with a 7-day entrance permit that is good for both Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.

There is no separate fee to watch Old Faithful, you simply need to be present at the times it erupts. It is surrounded by a walking path that takes you past many other geysers and hydrothermal features: there are at least 150 of these features within the square mile surrounding Old Faithful.

Several major highways, including US-20, US-89, US-191, US-212, and US-287 converge on Yellowstone National Park, providing easy access.

How much water is toxic for a 6-year-old who only weighs 29 pounds?

You didn't mention if your child was ill or not. The body weight seems on the low side. 3 - 6 cups of water per day for your child's weight. If your child has kidney problems be careful not to over-dose your child on too much water. If your child does not have kidney problems and wants water then let them have it (within reason.) It is best to spread out the intake of water for a child than giving them 3 - 6 cups all at once per day. Children can become thirsty just playing or active in sports. Juices also count as fluid intake. Here is some good advice off a medical website: **** It is possible for a person to drink too much water. It is called water intoxication. What happens is the sodium level in the blood reaches very low levels (because of dilution by excess water which can only be excreted in the urine, sweat or breath). This disturbs water balance in the brain, which can cause epileptic seizures and even death. ****Cold water is the best fluid to satisfy a thirst and the most effective to replace fluid lost through exercise and perspiration. Keep a pitcher of water in the refrigerator during summer months for thirsty children. ****You should be aware of how much fluid your children drink especially in summer. Your four-year-old can probably tell you when he's thirsty, but your 21-month-old child may not. Whenever your four-year-old wants a drink, offer some liquids to your 21-month-old also. Another guidelines for those parents with only one child is, whenever you get a drink for yourself, offer some to your child. This includes offering a bottle of water to an infant. By the time you are thirsty though, you are already somewhat dehydrated. So drink water every waking hour to anticipate thirst especially in hot weather and remember to offer your children water every time you do. ****At birth, 75% of the body weight of a child is water. This decreases to approximately 60% by age 10. To put this on a practical level, infants ages birth to two years (6 to 26 pounds), should have three to six cups of water per day. Children age's two to 12 years (26 to 100 pounds), should have four to eight cups of water per day. ****Since the amount of fluid required per day is determined by your body temperature, the ability of your kidneys to remove wastes and sweating, a second guideline would be helpful. When your child goes to the bathroom, his/her urine should be light yellow or colorless and odorless, unless it is the first urine after getting up in morning. Also check infants soiled diapers for urine color and odor.

How to be faithful?

== == To be faithful is to be filled with faith or trust. Religions have been made on this question. Faith is usually gained by paying attention to the perfection on beauty or sychronicity in a thing. When this outweighs the negative, faith develops. If you are speaking of being worthy of faith or trust, that is gained by striving toward perfection in a relationship. Be one for one. Be reliable.

To be faithful is to be filled with faith or trust. Religions have been made on this question. Faith is usually gained by paying attention to the perfection on beauty or sychronicity in a thing. When this outweighs the negative, faith develops. If you are speaking of being worthy of faith or trust, that is gained by striving toward perfection in a relationship. Be one for one. Be reliable.

Where is Old Faithful?

It is located in Yellowstone National Park, the first established US National Park.

Old Faithful is a cone geyser located in Wyoming, in Yellowstone National Park in the United States. Old Faithful was named in 1870 during the Washburn-Langford-Doane Expedition and was the first geyser in the park to receive a name. It is also called the most predictable geographical feature on Earth, erupting about every 85 to 105 minutes (partly dependent on ground water temperature)..

What state is Old Faithful in?

Old Faithful is in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming

Where is old faithful located?

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How often does Old Faithful Geyser erupt?

The most famous geyser in Yellowstone National Park is Old Faithful which erupts every 76 minutes.

To find an old song called faithful forever?

In the cartoon version of "Gulliver's Travels", (Not a Disney film) the two kingdoms have their own songs. When the prince of one country is going to marry the princess of the other country, each king says that his country's song should be played at the wedding. One is Faithful The other is Forever When they are going to war over this, Gulliver suggests that the prince and princess each sing their song, interleaving the lines, which then becomes "Faithful Forever"... and so on. It may have existed prior to the film....

How long do you have to wait for old faithful geyser to erupt?

Old Faithful Geyser erupts in between intervals. If its last eruption lasted 3-4 minutes long, you will have to wait 95 minutes for it to erupt again. If its last eruption only lasted 2 minutes, you will have to wait for 65 minutes.

When does Old faithful erupt?

I have been to Yellowstone National Park and have seen the Old Fathiful It goes so high!! It erupts every 5 to 15 min. It is breath taking!!

Old faithful is located in Yellowstone National Park in the state of what?

The majority of the national park is in the state of Wyoming, but it also overlaps into both Montana and Idaho

But Old Faithful is only in Wyoming.

How was old faithful formed?

Old Faithful was created by a hot spot.


Old Faithful is the world's most famous geyser. Situated in yellowstone-national-parks Upper Geyser Basin, it was given its name by members of the washburn, langford, doane expedition because of its predictable eruptions, every 60-90 minutes. Each eruption lasts 1.5-5 minutes, expelling some 3,700-8,400 gallons of boiling water (14,000-32,000 liters) in a narrow jet stream.


Old Faithful facts:

  • Each eruption lasts one and a half to five minutes.
  • When it erupts, it sprays 3,700 to 8,400 gallons (14,000 to 32,000 liters) of boiling water up to 184 feet (55 m) in the air.
  • Old Faithful has rarely missed an eruption in over 120 years of recorded history
  • Old Faithful is one of more than 300 geysers in Yellowstone.
  • Old Faithful is a cone geyser, named for the cone-shaped mineral formation around its opening that makes it erupt in a narrow jet.

What state is Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park located in?

Old Faithful Geyser in Yellowstone National Park is located in Wyoming.

Yellowstone National Park is located in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho.

How often does Old Faithful blow?

Old FaithfulAccording to scientists the AVERAGE interval between Old Faithful's eruptions is 90 minutes. The range between eruptions is from 35 minutes to 2 hours. An eruption can last from 1.5 to 5 minutes and can spray as high as 90 to 184 feet. (Check out the link below.)

Facts about old faithful?

•The most famous geyser in Yellowstone National Park

• First named geyser in Yellowstone National Park (1870)

•Cone geyser

•Shoots water 90-184 ft. high

•Shoots 3,700-8,400 gallons in the air per eruption

•Erupts about every 90 min.

•Eruption duration is 1.5-5 min.

•One of the 300 geysers in Yellowstone National Park

What is Old Faithful?

Old Faithful is a geyser, a spring that from time to time shoots a column of boiling water in the air. It is the most famous of the 500 geysers in Yellowstone Park, which is in the US. It "performs" 20 to 23 times a day, and each eruption lasts about five minutes. Old Faithful shoots up to 8,400 gallons of water as high as 170 feet. The Yellowstone geysers sit on top of a volcano, which heats underground water to a boiling point.
Old Faithful at Yellowstone National Park, is a cone geyser. Located in Wyoming, this geyser was 1st named in 1870.

Where is the old faithful geyser in Utah?

While it's certainly not impossible that somewhere in Utah there is a geyser named "old faithful", it's not the famous one, because that one is actually in Yellowstone National Park. (The geyser is in Wyoming, but it's not terribly far from either Idaho or Montana ... about 10 miles to either one. It's about 200 miles outside of Utah, though.)

Is Old Faithful a geyser?

Yes, Old Faithful is a cone geyser. It is located in Yellowstone National Park in the US state of Wyoming.

In which state is most of Yellowstone national park located?

Most of Yellowstone National Park is located in Wyoming. Parts of Yellowstone National Park are also located in Montana and Idaho.