I went out this morning to see if the trails could be packed a bit. Even though the snow wasn't deep (~6"?), it had a crust on top that meant packing it down took a lot of energy -- which at this point, I just don't have. One guy came with a fatbike, tested out the riding, then wisely left. I ended up going from the Newmans Lane parking lot on White to the stream crossing -- then back to the lot, and down Lower Red to the stream crossing. It was better going back and forth packing down those trails than trying to break new trail. So, I got a workout smashing down about a quarter mile of trail -- well, it's a start. I may go back tomorrow and cross the river on White. The trail along the reservoir ought to be the next best section to try and open up. A plus was working on my snow riding skills (weight distribution, tire inflation, seat height, etc.). Could have done more if I could sustain, maybe, 300+ watts -- ha, that ain't happening!