Even the most experienced skiers and snowboarders have accidents. Don’t let injury, lost equipment or other mishaps interrupt your winter sports holiday – to be covered for activities such as snowboarding, snowmobiling and skiing, you must pay an additional premium^. Get a quote online to see how affordable protecting your winter trip can be.
Even a minor accident can ruin a holiday and leave you with bad memories instead of good ones. In some places like Japan, proof of insurance may be required before treatment is given.
Cover-More policyholder Clara discovered this when her son was snowboarding on Mammoth Mountain in eastern California. He fell and broke his wrist, resulting in costly US medical expenses. The total claim was more than $2,594 – which Cover-More paid so the family wasn’t out of pocket for his injury.
“Cover-More was efficient and prompt in paying the bills (which are notoriously high in the USA!). I will choose Cover-More again for travel insurance!” Clara, Cover-More customer
Our cover for winter sports is important whether you’re skiing in Canada, taking advantage of a ski package at a resort in Japan or just headed to Queenstown for a long weekend break. Get a quote online to find out how little it costs to protect your snow trip.
For an extra premium^, you can add snow skiing, snowboarding or snowmobiling cover to any Cover-More travel insurance policy during the quote process. If your winter sports holiday includes tobogganing or ice fishing cover is provided at no extra cost.
To make it an even better deal for you, every Cover-More international travel insurance policy automatically comes with a host of great benefits, including:
Snow activities aren’t the only adventure sports we cover. If you’re headed for the beach rather than the slopes, we also offer travel insurance for paragliding, scuba diving, jet skiing and much more. Call 1300 72 88 22 to chat with our travel insurance experts about protecting your holiday plans.
Before you leave on your snow trip, make sure you understand when you are and are not covered. As always, the best way is to read the complete policy wording in the Product Disclosure Statement for full details.
For example, skiers and snowboarders will not be covered if they are skiing or snowboarding off-piste, racing or participating in a professional capacity. Snowmobilers will not be covered for personal liability as a snowmobile is considered to be a mechanically propelled vehicle.
If you do need to make a claim, be sure to keep receipts and check what documentation you’ll need to make the claims process as quick and painless as possible.
Eager to hit the slopes? Get started with your ski insurance quote now, or if you have any questions then talk to our ski travel insurance experts on 1300 72 88 22.
* Medical and dental cover will not exceed 12 months from the onset of the injury or illness. Reduced limits may not apply for customers 70 years of age or over at the Relevant Time. Limits will be shown on the Certificate of Insurance.
^ As long as you are on-piste, not racing and not participating in a professional capacity.