Riding IN the snow would require a bit more snow. It's fun, tough but fun.
Glare ice (frozen sea / lake / river) is even more fun, though a bit upsetting at first. We've had too much snow this year, but a couple of years ago conditions were perfect for ice riding. No snow at all, freshly frozen sea. It only lasted for a couple of days before snowfall. It was tricky to get going, even with studded tyres, but once you got a bit of speed it was a blast. Braking and especially turning took the better half of a medium sized bay.
In the three seasons I commute through the cemetery a couple of days a week--it's just off the bike path. Nicest part of my ride. No traffic, any sort of terrain I want (I choose the hills), and it's quiet. We have groups who ride through it, and the cemetery's Friends group gives both walking and bike tours.
My plot in a different cemetery is also just off the MUP. I've been thinking of getting a stone that says "Reserved", but I'm afraid it will attract thieves or vandals.
My two favorite things in life are libraries and bicycles. They both move people forward without wasting anything.
The perfect day: Riding a bike to the library.—Peter Golkin
Lucky for me, I work at a library and bike to work.
Are you on 700cc tires?
I have no luck on them in snow.