Paryashchiy (steaming)

Paryashchiy (steaming) is a small geyser located not far from the Velikan. Its modest eruption is accompanied by intensive steaming. White clouds of dense steam, that gave the geyser it's name, are rising up for tens of meters and can easily be seen from afar.

Paryashchiy 's vent is located between a heap of rocks on Geyzernaya river's left bank, across from Lavovyy steam's mouth. During the active phase, hot water is being splashed with jets reaching 1—3 meters.

During the period of scientific observation, Paryashchiy have worked both as a pulsating spring and as a geyser with a work cycle up to 30 hours. Its eruptions last for hours.



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  • Steaming geyser
  • Steaming geyser
  • Steaming geyser
  • Steaming geyser
  • Steaming geyser