Kimberly Trail

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Kimberly Trail, named for a large gold mining operation, runs from Marysvale across the Fishlake National Forest and the Tushar Mountains to Interstate 70 near the Fremont Indian State Park. The trail offers amazing views as it climbs to nearly 10,000 feet elevation through a picturesque mixed conifer forest. Kimberly Trial also intersects with the stunning Paiute Trail which climbs even higher topping out above the treeline. Be sure to stop at the Silver King Mine Interpretive Site for a glimpse into life in the mining heyday of the area. The north end of the trail is near Utah's Fremont Indian State Park and Museum. If you are interested in Native American history, this state park offers outstanding collections and exhibitions. They also have two nice campgrounds.