Hello all. I was flying at down hill skiing location and was approached by the owner of the location who advised me that his insurance policy does not allow drones to be flown in the airspace above the ski hill. Now before anyone says anything, There was a Dog Sled Race event being held at the location which I was filming, and yes, I was staying away from crowds and not flying over any of the racers heads. I also had a second pilot controlling the camera, and a spotter standing next to us. When the manager of the location told me to leave I advised him I would stand a block away and continue to film the event anyway, and that by him allowing me on property I was able to fly much safer keeping a better eye on my drone. That's when he said "I don't have a problem with it, but our insurance company doesn't allow drones to fly over or ski hill" He then told me that if i tried to fly over the hill from another location he would call the cops and that his insurance company would go after me. I laughed a bit and told him his insurance company has no authority to stop someone from flying over his property.... and then reminded him again.. I can fly safer while standing here, then I would be if i continued to fly from two blocks away (still able to see the drone, just not as well) The manager finally allowed me to continue to fly and advised me to "Keep it to a Minimum" Shortly after this happened, the person in charge of the Ski Patrol came over to me and said. "You need to leave right now, I'm not allowing you to fly that here" I advised him that i had a conversation with the manager, and he allowed me to continue flying. The person then told me "I am in charge of safety here and I can shut you down despite what the manager said" I then told him that he was distracting me and making my flying more dangerous. I mentioned to him the same thing I mentioned to the manager, and then reminded him again "The manager allowed me to fly here, and I am flying as safe as I possibly can" He skied away and mumbled, well if I see you not being safe I will shut you down right away. Has anyone had an experience like this before? How would you have reacted differently? What are you thoughts on Insurance companies putting a clause in their policy saying drones aren't allowed to fly in the airspace about your property?