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|Elevation||10,528 ft (3,209 m)|
|Traversed by||Geyser Pass Road|
|Location||San Juan County, Utah|
|Range||La Sal Range|
Geyser Pass is a mountain pass in the La Sal Range of Utah. The 10,528-foot (3,209 m) pass is not named after a geyser, but for cattleman Al Geyser, who grazed his stock in the area in the 1880s.
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