Recently I was at Holiday Valley where I was unaware that inverted aerials were prohibited in their terrain parks. Long story short I threw a back flip off of a jump in one of the parks and almost got my ticket clipped by the safety patrol. After explaining that I was used to skiing at mountains where that was perfectly okay and a lot of people throw flips, he settled on just lecturing me about how it was okay to do "horizontal rotations" but that I was "not allowed to go completely upside-down". For one this showed how out of touch these people were with park skiing, but it also got me thinking. Why are there mountains that draw the line at inverted tricks? Skiing is obviously a dangerous sport and I feel like throwing anything progressive in the park is taking a risk. However, beginners even straight airing a jump can be even more high risk than an experienced skier throwing an invert.
That being said I want to know if people think that there is any justification behind prohibiting inverts or if it's just commercial mountains being extremely out of touch with the mindset of freestyle skiing.