Originally Posted by paul jones
The question needs to be asked - "why is it closed".
Ever ski into the cable of a winch cat? Ever walk on the mountain in the summer and see the amount of deadfall? Do you know exactly how windloaded that foot of fresh snow is? Do you know what mountain operations are going on?
Here's a good example. This winter a mountain closed one of their bowls after it received a foot of fresh snow. Now, with this particular closure it was pretty easy to do since it just involved closing a lift and cutting off access. It had to be done because a very rare and unexpected mountain emergency happened that pulled all of the ski patrol from that duty station and relocated them all the way to the other side of the mountain. Had circumstances been just slightly different and someone ducked a rope into a closed area, no one would have been available to respond.
If you want to have out of bounds fun, go into the backcountry. Your tax dollars pay for it after all. If you don't think you have the skills to do that, then you don't have the skills to do it at the resort either.