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Planning to hit the slopes for a winter sports holiday? Ski travel insurance is a must. Whether you're skiiing, snowboarding or sledding, getting the right comprehensive ski travel insurance policy can protect you and your family from medical bills, helicopter rescue, piste closure, bad weather, theft or damage to your gear and much more!
Some policies automatically include ski coverage, while other insurers have it as an optional add-on. Compare Travel Insurance have taken the guesswork out of it so you can compare the prices and benefits from a range of insurers to choose the policy which is right for you/
It's important to make sure you have the appropriate cover for the activities you're trying. Want to ski off-piste or backcountry? Some insurers offer it while others specifically exclude it. Many brands also offer coverage for you ski gear while it's in being transported, but not for while it's in use - in both cases, it's important to check the Product Disclosure Statement to know exactly what you're covered for.
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Some insurers have a separate ski insurance policy, others require you to purchase a snow-sports add-on within the payment process. Use our comparison tool above to get quotes for your ski trip today.
Most insurers only cover you when you are skiing or snowboarding off-piste within resort boundaries with a licensed instructor. Although there are a couple that let you ski "true off-piste" check out our off-piste guide for more information.
Yes, ski policies usually cover for loss or damage to your own snow sport equipment. However there are normally restrictions for damage to your equipment while it is in use.
Yes, should you need, most insurers will cover you for helicopter evacuation to get you to the nearest hospital for overseas trips. For domestic ski policies you will need to check with your insurer as many domestic travel insurance policies do not include medical benefits.
Not usually - most insurers require you to buy ski insurance for the entire duration of your trip, even if you are only on the slopes of a small portion of your holiday.
Yes a ski policy usually covers theft of your ski gear as long as you have not left it unattended at the aiport or the slopes for example.
If you're delayed because of bad weather, a comprehensive policy will usually cover your additional travel and accommodation expenses. Also, if there is an avalanche your policy may cover you to go to an alternative resort, or get reimbursment for unused ski passes.
Most insurers only cover you in "ski season"! This means between December 1 and April 15 for the Northern Hemisphere, and between 15 June and 30 September in the Southern Hemisphere.
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