Wintersports Travel Insurance
Cover for Ski Equipment & Piste Closure
Discount for Couples & Families
On & Off Piste Cover as Standard
Mountain Rescue Included as Standard
Insurancewith believes that a pre-existing medical condition should not mean that you have to give up a sport you love like skiing.
As specialists in providing travel insurance for people with serious medical conditions Insurancewith offers affordable pre-existing medical condition travel insurance policies that can also include winter sports cover.
By using our bespoke medical screening system to assess the risk of your medical condition Insurancewith can tailor its policies to match your personal circumstances.
The Insurancewith winter sports extension covers you for both skiing and snowboarding, on and off piste.
In addition to the standard travel insurance cover such as cancellation, medical and baggage, our policy has specialist winter sports cover, such as loss of use of ski pass, cover for loss or damage to own and hired wintersports equipment, piste closure and avalanche cover.
Our wintersports cover includes:
- Cover for medical conditions at affordable premiums
- On and off piste cover as standard
- Doctor-led 24 hour emergency help line
- Medical emergencies, repatriation and mountain rescue included as standard
- Cover for ski equipment
- Piste Closure
- Family and couple discounts
- The further option to cover extreme winter sports such as heli-skiing and ski jumping
“Everybody I have spoken to, and had dealings with, has been universally efficient, helpful and sympathetic and made a difficult process much easier and more pleasant than I could have envisaged.”
If you are thinking of a trip away, but you are not thinking of skiing, why not take a look at the rest of our product range? We have single trip insurance for that one off holiday, multi-trip insurance if you travel more than twice a year, longstay and backpacker travel insurance for the more adventurous and cruise travel insurance for those who prefer a more restful holiday.
Insurancewith doing more than just travel insurance.
If you have a question you need answering, why not take a look at our most frequently asked questions.
If you still cannot find what you are looking for please do not hesitate to contact us where a member of the team will be waiting to help.
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