Winter Sports travel insurance policies have been designed to cover people travelling out on a skiing or snow boarding holiday and gives you that extra cover for that expensive equipment or compensation should your resort be closed due to lack of snow (please see terms and conditions). Winter Sports Travel Insurance is also referred to as ski travel insurance or snowboarding travel insurance.
The cheapest winter sports policy is € (based on 1 adult aged up to 50 travelling in Europe for up to 8 days).
The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) / Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) provides some emergency healthcare within the EU, but it does not cover Repatriation costs, or a doctor or nurse escort home; nor lost or stolen property. You need Travel Insurance for that.!
If you’re participating in any Winter Sports Activities, you should purchase Winter Sports cover, or an Annual Multi Trip Policy with an individual ‘trip duration’ minimum of 45 days (as this will give you 17 days free Winter Sports Cover). See the list of Winter Sports Activities below to check that it lists what you plan to do, or give us a call to check before you travel.
From the Alps and Dolomites to British Columbia and Alberta – Globelink Winter Sports Travel Insurance will have you covered.
Winter Sports Insurance is available for people aged up to 70 years, or if you purchase an Annual Multi-Trip policy with a 45 day trip duration, you get 17 days free Winter Sports cover for people aged up to 65 years and 17 days free cover in European areas for those aged between 66-70 yrs. You can travel up to 5 months at a time (age dependent).
|Activities marked with three asterisks (***) have no cover under Section H Personal Liability and must be carried out within organisers guidelines and will only be covered as part of a pre-arranged/organised activity led or instructed by professional guides or organisers. In addition to the above restriction, Husky Dog Activities have no cover under Section C Personal Accident.|
|Air-Boarding||Big Foot Skiing||Blade Skating|
|Curling||Cross Country Skiing (recognised paths)||Downhill Skiing/Snowboarding|
|Dry Slope Skiing/Walking||Glacier Walking||*** Ice Go Carting (No Personal Liability Cover under Section H)|
|*** Husky Dog (No Personal Accident Cover under Section C, or Personal Liability Cover under Section H)||Ice Cricket||Kick Sledging|
|Ice Skating||Ice Windsurfing||Nordic Skiing (recognised paths)|
|Langlauf||Mono Ski||Ski Randonnee|
|Ski Blading||Ski Boarding||Ski Touring|
|Ski Run Walking||Ski Swimming||*** Snowcat Skiing (No Cover under Section H Personal Liability)|
|***Sledging/Sleigh-riding as a passenger pulled by any animal (No cover under Section H Personal Liability)||Snow Blading||***Snow Tubing (no cover under Section H Personal Liability)|
|***Snowmobiling / Skidooing (no Personal Liability Cover under Section H)||Snow Shoe Walking|
|Snow Zorbing||Winter Walking (using crampons and ice picks only)|
If you do not see your chosen Activity listed here or in our Adventure Activities please contact us to check. You may not be covered while participating in the Activity unless it is listed and you have paid the additional premium where applicable.
All premiums are subject to the person(s) travelling being up to 70. Winter sports travel insurance is available to people who are living in UK, EU and EEA countries. If you travel all year round, check our Annual Multi Trip policies.
Winter Sports covers people on a skiing, snowboarding or other winter sports activity holiday and covers loss, theft or damage to your own or hired ski equipment, resort closure cover, and emergency medical expenses and repatriation including piste rescue.
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