Rick Plite rode his fatbike out there earlier in the week. He named his Strava ride "Bone Shaker CSGA" if that tells you anything
Honestly, even once the snow melts, there is going to be probably a foot of hard packed snow and ice left on the trail from snowshoers, skiers, and hikers that will take quite a while to melt. Then we have the frost in the ground that will need to thaw. Then following the ground thawing comes the mud so then the trails like the game area and Luton and Merrell are going to need some time to dry out and harden up. I expect there will be much trail carnage this spring from riders that cannot wait to hit there favorite trail. Trails like the ski area and Yankee dry out much quicker due to the majority of their sandy soil base and will be ready to ride I'm guessing a month earlier than the rest of our local trails. Save the trails and your drivetrain and avoid the muddy trails this spring y'all.