You're not afraid of getting that pretty Titanium paper-weight dirty are you?
Glad to hear people are out there today. I almost didn't take my bike with me on my trail check. I was certain it would be un-ridable. Glad I changed my mind. The trails are damp and very tacky. You'll leave with your tires gunked up but your frame will be relatively clean. The tread is slow, so it's work to ride, but when folks ride this tread they help beat down the deer tracks and smooth out ruts from a$$ clowns.
As Mr. Jaxon said, there are still a few moist spots. In fact the area down by the rock garden is downright muddy, but the rest is ridable. I rode it all. I was grinning from ear to ear. When I exited the trail my only disappointment was that I had no post-ride refreshments with me to celebrate my first real dirt ride of the year. I'm making up for that now though.