Skiing and Winter Sports

Making sure you’re insured on the slopes

If you’re planning on heading up to some snowy peaks and hitting the slopes, you’ll want to ensure you’ve got the right cover just in case something were to happen when skiing or snowboarding.

Travel insurance with winter cover is essential for any snow sports trip, giving you the knowledge that if you trip is effected that you’ll be able to resolve snow-related issues in a straightforward way. Our winter sports cover is included as standard in all our annual travel insurance policies at no extra cost, and you can easily add it onto our other existing policies if you’ve decided to take a surprise skiing trip.

Our Levels of Cover

  • Value

    Our no frills basic travel insurance includes up to £20,000 for personal accidents and up to £1,000 if your bags go missing.

    Great for those on a budget looking for peace of mind

    Buy value cover
  • Premium

    The reassurance of up to £30,000 in cover for personal accidents and up to £1,300 for missing bags

    Great for those on a budget looking for peace of mind

    Buy premium cover
  • Superior

    You’ll be covered for up to £50,000 in personal accident cover and up to £2,000 if your bags go walkabout

    Great for those taking expensive items such as watches and jewellery

    Buy superior cover

Why choose Asda Travel Insurance?

Provided by InsureandGo

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    The Asda advantage

    Known for putting value for money at the centre of everything we do

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    Partner expertise

    With over 20 years experience, InsureandGo brands cover over 2 million travellers a year

  • Award-winning cover

    Awarded Travel Insurance Provider of the Year, voted for by our customers in the Moneyfacts Consumer Awards 2019

Top Winter Sports Travel Insurance FAQs:

What does ski insurance cover you for?

There’s a whole range of benefits to ski travel insurance in addition to the standard travel insurance benefits like medical cover and replacing lost items. These include:

  • Ski and snowboarding equipment insurance (hired or owned)
  • Ski pass insurance in case you lose your pass or it gets stolen
  • Off-piste insurance, provided the resort hasn’t marked the area as unsafe
  • Ski pack cover, including any ski school or instructor fees
  • Pre-existing conditions, provided we’re informed prior to your ski trip
  • Ski cover for over 65s, so you can enjoy the slopes no matter your age
Does travel insurance cover skiing?

Standard single-trip travel insurance policies typically won’t include winter sports or skiing unless you’d added it onto your policy when you took it out. Adding winter sports cover as an optional extra is usually very easy though, and usually only requires a small addition to your insurance premium.

However, we include winter sports and skiing cover as part of our annual travel insurance policies.

Do I need travel insurance for skiing?

As with any form of winter sport or extreme sport, it is highly recommended to take out a travel insurance policy with skiing cover as the risk of getting into an accident can be quite high.

Any medical assistance which is required could leave you out of pocket if you don’t have insurance in place, so it’s essential to have some form of cover which include winter sports insurance before you get up on the mountain.

About our provider, InsureandGo

We have carefully selected InsureandGo as our travel insurance partner because they are a market leading provider, with over 20 years’ experience in the industry, covering over 2 million travellers a year.

They are a trusted and widely recognised firm providing these services all over the world with MAPFRE ASISTENCIA as the insurance underwriter.

Working together, we provide an award-winning product that looks continuously to offer value for money as well as great features such as three kids go free per adult, and free winter sports cover on annual policies.

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