So, we had views like this out the back door of our cabin and while sitting in the hot tube. Neato.
First, we rode Pearrygin Lake State Park (again) and it was a blast. Little less snow this year and a little warmer. Trails were great though and we rode a loop that went all the way to the golf course at the other end of park. There we rehydrated, that is important when riding in the cold. We also hit the lake, which was a bit slushy and melting. I would say you should avoid riding on ice like that, but then again no one got wet. I figure those fat tires displaced the weight perfectly...at least that's what I was told.
One last note, the Fat Bike trails on the MVSTA map last year were shared with skiers. It was experiential. That was fine, but not ideal. Experiment went great and this year they opened up even more trails to fat Bikes. Also, this year all Fat Bike trails were either dedicated Fat Bike or shared with snowshoers. This is awesome and makes for a much funner riding experience. The trails and riding feel much more similar to mountain biking in the summer.
I liken this place to an adult playground. There is a ton of opportunities for fun. Go. Now.