Last Known Eruption
18d 3h 57m ago

Latest Eruptions

Eruption DurationInterval
07 Oct 2021 @ 0906 ie4d 19h 1m
02 Oct 2021 @ 1405 ie1d 21h 52m
30 Sep 2021 @ 1613 ie3d 5h 28m
27 Sep 2021 @ 1045 ie23h 29m
26 Sep 2021 @ 1116 ie1d 1h 54m
25 Sep 2021 @ 0922 ie3d 14h 53m
21 Sep 2021 @ 1829 ie1d 8h 51m
20 Sep 2021 @ 0938 ie1d 19h 46m
18 Sep 2021 @ 1352 ie22h 20m
17 Sep 2021 @ 1532 ie6h 43m
17 Sep 2021 @ 0849 ie14h 19m
16 Sep 2021 @ 1830 ie9h 42m
16 Sep 2021 @ 0848 ie16h 0m
15 Sep 2021 @ 1648 ie1d 4h 34m
14 Sep 2021 @ 1214 ie332d 23h 28m
16 Oct 2020 @ 1246 ie5d 20h 58m
10 Oct 2020 @ 1548 ie21d 2h 7m
19 Sep 2020 @ 1341 ie54d 1h 25m
27 Jul 2020 @ 1216 ie26d 1h 1m
01 Jul 2020 @ 1115 ie2d 56m
29 Jun 2020 @ 1019 ie23d 20h 8m
05 Jun 2020 @ 1411 ie5h 17m
05 Jun 2020 @ 0854~50s 23h 49m
04 Jun 2020 @ 0905 ie13d 18h 9m
21 May 2020 @ 1456 ie53d 4h 46m
29 Mar 2020 @ 1010 ie29d 19h 9m
28 Feb 2020 @ 1401 ie6d 4h 41m
22 Feb 2020 @ 0920 ie8d 23h 49m
13 Feb 2020 @ 0931 ie2d 9m
11 Feb 2020 @ 0922 ie18d 22h 10m
23 Jan 2020 @ 1112 ie2d 11m
21 Jan 2020 @ 1101 ie88d 22h 50m
24 Oct 2019 @ 1311 ie22d 4h 36m
02 Oct 2019 @ 0835 ie13d 18h 34m
18 Sep 2019 @ 1401 ie3d 23h 44m
14 Sep 2019 @ 1417 ie1d 5h 29m
13 Sep 2019 @ 0848 ie14h 34m
12 Sep 2019 @ 1814 ie2d 6h 44m
10 Sep 2019 @ 1130 ie2d 19h 59m
07 Sep 2019 @ 1531 ie2h 26m
07 Sep 2019 @ 1305 ie1d 21h 49m
05 Sep 2019 @ 1516 ie31m
05 Sep 2019 @ 1445 ie21h 38m
04 Sep 2019 @ 1707 ie3h 23m
04 Sep 2019 @ 1344 ie2d 22h 56m
01 Sep 2019 @ 1448 ie23h 13m
31 Aug 2019 @ 1535 ie42m
31 Aug 2019 @ 1453 ie5d 22h 8m
25 Aug 2019 @ 1645 ie8d 8h 35m
17 Aug 2019 @ 0810 ie18h 50m
16 Aug 2019 @ 1320 ie1d 22h 45m
14 Aug 2019 @ 1435 ie1d 5h 43m
13 Aug 2019 @ 0852 ie3d 23h 24m
09 Aug 2019 @ 0928 ie1d 15h 42m
07 Aug 2019 @ 174626.25-26.5m3m
07 Aug 2019 @ 1743~44s 2m
07 Aug 2019 @ 1741~48s 2m
07 Aug 2019 @ 1739~41s 30m
07 Aug 2019 @ 1709~29m 25s 2m
07 Aug 2019 @ 1707~1m 9s 2m
07 Aug 2019 @ 1705~37s 3m
07 Aug 2019 @ 1702~28s 16m
07 Aug 2019 @ 1646~13m 58s 2m
07 Aug 2019 @ 1644~1m 19s 2m
07 Aug 2019 @ 16422m
07 Aug 2019 @ 16402m
07 Aug 2019 @ 1638<1m 2m
07 Aug 2019 @ 1636<1m 6d 6h 49m
01 Aug 2019 @ 0947 ie4d 2h 35m
28 Jul 2019 @ 0712 ie16h 52m
27 Jul 2019 @ 1420 ie3h 11m
27 Jul 2019 @ 1109 ie11d 17h 25m
15 Jul 2019 @ 1744 ie6d 23h 43m
08 Jul 2019 @ 1801 ie2d 7h 30m
06 Jul 2019 @ 1031 ie2d 21h 41m
03 Jul 2019 @ 1250 ie1d 23h 37m
01 Jul 2019 @ 1313 ie1d 48m
30 Jun 2019 @ 1225 ie20h 55m
29 Jun 2019 @ 1530 ie58m
29 Jun 2019 @ 1432 ie3d 1h 21m
26 Jun 2019 @ 1311 ie10d 18h 54m
15 Jun 2019 @ 1817 ie2d 10h 4m
13 Jun 2019 @ 0813 ie19h 36m
12 Jun 2019 @ 1237 ie2d 7m
10 Jun 2019 @ 1230 ie4d 22h 7m
05 Jun 2019 @ 1423 ie1d 5h 6m
04 Jun 2019 @ 0917 ie1d 3h 19m
03 Jun 2019 @ 0558 ie16h 39m
02 Jun 2019 @ 1319 ie16h 29m
01 Jun 2019 @ 2050 ie1h 38m
01 Jun 2019 @ 1912 ie11h 56m
01 Jun 2019 @ 0716 ie14h 18m
31 May 2019 @ 1658 ie2d 5h 55m
29 May 2019 @ 1103 ie4d 23h 50m
24 May 2019 @ 1113 ie1d 21h 43m
22 May 2019 @ 1330 ie1d 2h 4m
21 May 2019 @ 1126 ie6d 23h 39m
14 May 2019 @ 1147 ie2d 19h 42m
11 May 2019 @ 1605 ie6d 20h 57m
04 May 2019 @ 1908 ie9d 13m

Interval Statistics

Interval Count100
Min2m
Max332d 23h 28m
Mean8d 22h 56m
Median1d 20h 44m

Latest Notes

Note IDStart Time (US/Mountain)End Time (US/Mountain)EntrantNote
19635 17 Sep 2021 @ 1331 --- Graham Not ie.
19601 16 Sep 2021 @ 1141 --- Graham Not ie.
16498 01 Nov 2020 @ 1338 --- steve Solstice is off but the runoff channel is wet and steaming. The river below solstice is also steaming like there is a vent in the river.
15365 04 Aug 2020 @ 1500 --- Janet Jones Not in eruption.
15142 01 Aug 2020 @ 1812 --- JSJ Inactive.
15138 01 Aug 2020 @ 1144 --- hkoenig not in eruption, no overflow visible, runoff appears dry
15088 23 Jul 2020 @ 1204 --- User34 Not i.e.
13634 09 Sep 2019 @ 0824 09 Sep 2019 @ 0835 aferrara Solstice off as Oblong erupted. One splash 2 minutes after eruption end, 30 seconds of splashing at 0835. Solstice was back on, and tall as I passed Daisy ~845-850
13098 07 Aug 2019 @ 1636 07 Aug 2019 @ 1745 JSJ All closed intervals. Solstice is having episodic eruptions in cycles. Four or five shorts, then a long, repeat. Shorts are usually less than 1 minute in duration, but a couple are longer. Shorts do not erupt as high as is normal for Solstice (i.e., during its months of perpetual spouting). Separate short eruptions can be one minute apart, so they don't show up on GT's Solstice listing. Longs look the same, in terms of eruption style and height, as its perpetual spouting phase.
13067 06 Aug 2019 @ 1025 06 Aug 2019 @ 1045 Brian Was on from 1025-1035 as has been usual, then cycled off and on several times between 1035-1045 when I left the area. Was off as of 1045.
13065 06 Aug 2019 @ 0820 06 Aug 2019 @ 0825 Brian Observed a couple of possible pauses, a little uncertain due to steam
EntrySourceLinkComment
12 Jun 2019 @ 1237 JSJ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2rB3JqjkWw#t=8m52s Video compilation (time stamp 8:52 to the end) of Solstice Geyser erupting during the early afternoon of 12 June 2019.
01 Jun 2019 @ 1912 JSJ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2rB3JqjkWw Video compilation (= beginning to time stamp 8:51) of Solstice Geyser erupting during the evening of 1 June 2019.
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