I love how American this is. The idea of trying to make money from people skiing in the backcountry is hilarious. Combine that with the map showing a 'inbounds' area and an 'out of bounds - guided only' area makes this whole thing even more hilarious. Why would anyone pay $50/day to ski tour - especially with rules about where you can and can not go.
The only draw I can see is that the terrain is 'avalanche evaluated' - whatever the hell that means. To me that sounds like they aren't bombing, but instead will close zones they deem unsafe? Sounds like a liability problem combined with giving unknowledgable resort skiers a fake sense of safety which will create bad habits in terms of safe travel and critical thinking.
There is a 'backcountry ski area' in Smithers B.C. It has been operating for over a decade. No cost, no hand holding. Just a parking lot, two warming huts, and a 'trail map'. It's free, and there is no illusion that you are in a controlled environment, no rules in regard to where you can and can not ski.