My best guess is a western sagebrush lizard. It was hanging out under a desert peach on pumice sand soils.
Two of approx. 8 young of the year out in small area (100 sq. meters) around parking lot edges.
Small smooth scaled lizard
Many thanks to Hank for alerting me to the presence of this species up there! I'm sure I never would have noticed they weren't fence lizards on my own.
Relict population up here not seen by many. I've seen it now at Antioch Dunes and here.
The sagebrush lizard (Sceloporus graciosus) is a common species of phrynosomatid lizard found at mid to high altitudes in the western United States of America. It belongs to the genus Sceloporus (spiny lizards) in the Phrynosomatidae family of reptiles. Named after the sagebrush plants near which it is commonly found, the sagebrush lizard has keeled and spiny scales running along its dorsal surface.