touring within ski resort boundariesIn many ski hills in BC if you get caught skinning up inbounds in order to access the backcountry, you quite often get kicked out by the ski patrol. Let say if I want to access the Sun Peaks slack country without having to pay 85$ to ride the chairlift only once. I just wander about the legal background. Many ski hills are actually on crown land and therefore the public should still be able to enter the area without having to buy a lift ticket. From what I understand they only have a licence to operate on that land without being the actual owners of the land. Do the patrol really have legal rights to restrict the access to the ski hill only to lift tickets holders ?