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Out west, most of the land we ride on is National Forest. A lot of areas are accessable to over the snow vehicles. There are also areas off limits and dedicated to those that strap sticks on their feet. Most of the time, we try to live in harmony with those misguided souls . Many snow areas have groomed trails as well, to give those that don't like playing in the trees or the steep and the deep an enjoyable experience.
There are rules to follow regarding snow depth. If the snow is not deep enough to avoid terrain damage, you shouldn't be on it. Usually the fine for that kind of riding is a bent trailing arm or A arm when you hit a stump or rock
I ride in the mountains of colorado west of denver. Great open fields and bowls. If you want a real fun powder trip. Look into togwatee pass. I'm sure I spelled it wrong. They have a lodge that you can sled from right there. Unlimited powder riding and epic views. It's near Jackson Hole which is an amazing place to visit. I'll try to find the lodge and post back. They also have trails for those who can shred the pow but easy for those to jump off the trail and back on to get used to it.