From sledging and snowboarding to Heli and cross-country skiing, if you’re embarking on a Snowsports holiday, then we’ve got the adrenaline junkie inside of you covered regardless of which run you’ll be going down.
Our Snowsport policies have been carefully designed by winter sports enthusiasts, who have spent their time carefully tailoring cover to make sure it met the needs of fellow snow-lovers. So, whether it’s your first or hundredth time out in the mountains, we’ve got a Snowsports policy to suit you.
Some of the cover available to you:
- 24/7 Emergency Medical Assistance
- Up to £10 million medical expenses including bringing you home if it is medically necessary or essential
- Personal Liability cover if someone else gets injured
- Cancellation cover
- Cover for your personal belongings
- Worldwide, European and UK cover, provided you do not travel against the *FCDO advice
- Plus, so much more with our winter sports policy extension!
What does Snowsports travel insurance cover?
Snowsports Travel Insurance covers all the basics that you would expect a policy to include. For example, cover for cancellation and delays, personal belongings, and emergency medical expenses. It is especially important to have cover for emergency medical expenses when going on a Snowsports holiday as no matter how experienced you, are accidents can happen while you’re out in the mountains – and we’re here to help if they do.
As we’re sure you know, all winter and Snowsport activities come with an element of risk. So, a standard travel insurance policy simply isn’t enough to keep you fully-protected.
Instead, a winter sports policy extensions can be really good idea when planning a Snowsports holiday as they include additional protection for unexpected things that can happen while on a ski break. For example, cover against piste closure, piste rescue and both on and off-piste skiing. To secure this cover, all you need to do is add a winter sports extension to your chosen Dogtag policy when you check out. Easy!
What counts as a ‘snow sport’?
Snowsports aren’t just the likes of skiing and snowboarding that first spring to mind. In fact, there so many different snow activities that travellers can get involved in. For example, sledging, tobogganing, ice climbing, ice skating, snow tubing and snowmobiling.
You get the picture – there’s a lot of different snow sport activities. But one thing they all have in common is the need to have specialist winter sports protection should individuals wish to take part in them.
If you’re planning a snowy break and aren’t sure whether your planned activity falls under ‘snow sports’, why not give our team a call? They’d be happy to help.
*Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office