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We know you don't want to spend too much time thinking about travel insurance. You'd much rather be thinking about all that snowboarding you're going to be doing. That’s why we’ve got you covered with simple and easy insurance to make it a little less monotonous! Our winter sports insurance covers snowboarding, glacier walking, skiing and many more fun winter sports activities.
We can cover your kids for free!
If you’re going away with your children, we can cover them on your policy at no extra charge, whether you buy an annual policy or single trip cover.
We do pet insurance now too
So if you've got a cat, dog or rabbit that needs insuring, get them covered today.
We can even cover you for free. Yes, FREE!
When you get annual travel insurance with us, we’ll not only cover you for unlimited trips throughout the year, but we’ll also throw in winter sports cover free of charge.
Insurance is always important but, when it comes to a snowboarding holiday, it’s vital.
If you were to injure yourself (which – let’s face it – is much more likely on the slopes than on the beach) wouldn’t you much rather know you’re covered than be left worrying about hospital bills?
We don’t have a specific snowboarding travel insurance; instead we cover multiple activities in addition to snowboarding to allow you to try something new.
All of the activities mentioned in the policy documents are covered for medical expenses, although some activities do carry a higher excess. We’ll also cover your stuff. If you accidentally lose anything, or have your own equipment damaged or stolen – we’ve got you covered. We’ll even cover your ski lift pass.
To find more about what you’re covered for check out our policy options, or chat with us directly by calling 0330 400 1383.
Hoorah! Yes - we cover all off-piste snowboarding and skiing.
As long as resort management considers the area safe, we’re happy to cover all off-piste snowboarding, so you can explore even further.
Any lost or stolen snowboarding equipment must be reported to the police within 24 hours to be covered, so make sure you report any incident as soon as it happens. We will also need a written police report to accompany any theft claim.
Any snowboarding equipment you’ve left unattended in a public place will not be included under your snowboarding insurance. But this doesn’t include equipment you’ve left in ski racks between 10am and 8pm. Always check that whatever snowboarding insurance you get isn’t going to sting you if someone takes your stuff out of the ski racks.
You can check through everything we cover and any exclusions by checking our policy documents.
To choose the right snowboarding travel insurance policy for you, get a quote online or read our policy documents for more information.
If you’re not sure which policy is right for you, why not get in touch?
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