Your point it sounds like is that back country skiing is different than side country skiing vs front country skiing vs. slack country skiing so that the small minority group of "back country" in the overall demographic of the variations of "back country skiing" rules, those who ski off the ski area maintained runs. Its why all these variations show up under "Back Country Skiing".
A better description of this small group within a group might be "extreme wilderness skiers" as that is their goal. A laudable goal and recreation but not one that has legitimate objections to some connecting lifts BETWEEN the long existing ski areas where, despite one's perception, a skier would be in a non-wilderness area.
It makes the objections to the inter connect even more fringe.
What color is the sun on your planet, Eagles?