Whether you’re shuffling down the bunny runs or swooshing down a black – there’s one thing that
every skier or snowboarder needs - travel insurance.
Select our Snow Ski Cover to ensure that you have adequate cover on the slopes.
Put your hands up in the air because we're offering 10%* off your travel insurance these school holidays! See T&C's.
If you have a serious accident and need to be rescued or evacuated off the mountain, our snow ski cover has your back.
Don’t lose out on your pre-paid expenses if you have to cancel your ski trip due to injury, illness or bad weather.
If your journey is delayed more than 12 hours because of avalanche or bad weather, we’ll cover your extra costs for travel & accommodation.
Ski equipment is expensive. You're covered for theft of your ski gear as long as you've taken proper care of it in the first place.
We cover off-piste skiing and snowboarding as long as you are with a qualified guide or instructor.
We cover for alternative snow and ski equipment following accidental loss, theft or breakage of your snow skiing equipment.
You're covered no matter where you're hitting the powder. We cover all ski resorts, as long as it is open and safe.
Your health is our number one priority. Our emergency assistance experts are just a phone call away 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Why not get covered in snow all year round. If you’re planning several trips this year a frequent traveller policy can save you time and money, both on and off the slopes.
Our annual multi-trip policy covers an unlimited number of trips over a 12 month period. We give you the same level of cover as our comprehensive international plan, meaning you get full coverage for less. You can tailor your individual trip duration from 15 days up to 90 days. Please note this policy is only available for customers under the age of 64.
Ski insurance is designed to insure the average skier or snowboarder who’s enjoying the slopes, not professionals doing backflips, skiing off-piste and taking all sort of crazy risks. Does that sound like you? If you’re not sure, check out these areas where we will not cover you.
Out of season: Skiing outside the official ‘season’ is not covered: 1 December and 15 April for travel to the Northern Hemisphere, or between 15 June and 30 September for travel to the Southern Hemisphere.
If you’re looking for a ski insurance policy that’s pure powder and not seriously
slushy then check out our helpful FAQ's.
No, if you are taking part in any kind of winter sports activity, you must purchase our Snow Ski Cover to be covered under our policy.
As long as you're with a qualified guide or instructor within ski resort boundaries, then we will cover you for off-piste skiing. We cannot cover you for skiiing in unpatrolled remote areas or unmarked slopes alone.
No, we consider skiing in unpatrolled remote areas over ungroomed and unmarked slopes too risky.
Yes, we do cover heli-skiing provided you purchase our Snow Ski Cover add on.
Yes, provided you have taken proper care of it in the first place. You will need to have a police report and relevant receipts for proof of ownership in the event of a claim.
No, your ski equipment isn't covered while you are using it.
Yes, if you have a serious accident or severe illness on the slopes, we will pay for helicopter evacuation to get you to the nearest hospital.
Whether you are travelling within New Zealand or overseas, you are eligible for Snow Ski Cover if you are aged 64 and under.
Unfortunately not. Snow Ski Cover needs to be purchased for the entire duration of your trip.
You sure can. Winter sports cover can be purchased up to 24 hours before activity commences. You can add ski insurance to your existing policy by logging in to your online account or by phoning our customer call centre on +64 9887 8477. If you don't have an existing policy, you can purchase an Already Overseas Policy and add Snow Ski Cover during the quote process.
No, you are only insured to ski in ski season: this would be December 1 and April 15 for travel to the Northern Hemisphere, or between 15 June and 30 September for travel to the Southern Hemisphere.
Yes. If you ski often, you can add winter sports to your annual frequent traveller cover. Snow Ski Cover must be purchased at least 24 hours before activity commences.