Not quite as bad overall as the picture shows, but there's a bunch of snow waiting to melt. Predictably, on the north-facing and particularly in shaded areas. The character of the snow went from a soft couple inches to a very hard couple inches, hard enough to probably hold up to a fat bike going over it.
I "rode" the trail from 42 towards 54, taking the road up to the normal entry onto "pipeline" and proceeding. I didn't try more than half way as from my memory the trail spent so much time on north facing slope that I didn't want to simply be walking through. Soo I changed routes to ...
The black road "trail" that runs atop the ridge is a mixture of softened gravel/dirt/coal residue (depending on composition and water content), snow, ice, and some dry sections. Some standing water in some areas. Makes for a quite messy bike and butt post-ride.
8-mile, as some call it, the 7.5ish mile road between highways 42 and 54 is basically clear, some melting water running onto it making it soft in limited areas but not a problem.
I didn't foray onto the singletrack on the south side, didn't really have time, I expect it's largely in better shape but at least with my limited knowledge it's harder to 'loop' so I didn't.
I figure that another couple days of warmth like we had last week and it'd be mostly melted off, BUT there will be a lot of wet trail on the north face and low-lying trail, so please be patient.