I went on a short hike today up to one of the lakes that feeds into Shingle Creek in the Uinta Mountains. I'd only been there once before, en route to a downhill bike trail last summer. The trail too the lakes was even shorter than I remembered, but still really rocky. Fine for hiking, but rough if you're having an off day on the bike. The lake has filled in a good bit since last season but was still quite nice for a quick dip.
The road up does require high clearance, but given that is quite driveable. The last 2.5 miles have a bunch of rock gardens which can be treated like rock gardens on a freeride bike - keep a reasonable line, keep applying power, keep a reasonable speed, and cross your fingers. Metaphorically speaking, of course, really your fingers are busy holding on for dear life.