This would have been incredible to see live in person.

Yellowstone National Park's Twitter showed a video of a dormant geyser erupting for the first time in 6 1/2 years.

Credit:Yellowstone National Park via Twitter

The Giantess Geyser is known for it's infrequent but violent eruptions and usually erupts anywhere between 2 to 6 times a year but when dormant 6 1/2 years ago. On last Tuesday, August 25th, a live stream camera caught the geyser erupting and it came back strong.

The water shot up anywhere between 100 to 200 feet in the air. The video above shows the awesome shots of how high the water shot. To see this in person would have been incredibly special.

You can watch the live stream of the geyser every time it erupts. Scientists have no idea on whether the Giantess Geyser will go dormant again or it will become an active geyser again.

If you are plan on going to Yellowstone National Park this weekend for Labor Day Weekend you should make a stop at the Upper Geyser Basin and see if you can catch the Giantess Geyser. To see a dormant geyser become active again see the power it has would be awesome.

For more details and to see the live stream camera, check out the Yellowstone National Park's Twitter.

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