The Aspenshaw Hall track is still closed btw, and utterly unrideable unless you're Sam Peat or whatever he's called. There's a two-foot deep, one foot wide trench of mud down much of it and four-foot deep holes in comedy locations.
The other week I pushed up it and met a farmer at the top with his tractor. He was very cross and cropped the chain on the gate and set off down the track on his tractor in search of a run-away dog - a Jack Russell I think. On the plus side, the tarmac track below it has been beautifully resurfaced and the top surface of the bridleway proper which had mostly found its way down to Aspenshaw Hall has now been tidied up.
The little bit of singletrack on the campsite descent in Hayfield is rideable again too, albeit with a bit more care than before.
Oh, and there are lots of very grumpy people out at the moment. I think it's the weather. And the grassy section on Rushup Edge is a little moist at the moment. And there is actual mud on Jacob's where it's been flattened on the Hayfield side of the top...