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Our snowboarding insurance is available as a single trip or annual multi-trip cover for UK residents travelling into Europe or worldwide. The package includes cover for a range of eventualities such as repatriation, mountain rescue and snowboarding equipment if required with a helpline available 24 hours a day.
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Since the introduction of snow boarding as an Olympic event back in 1998 the sport has grown in popularity. Nowadays millions of snow boarders descend to the slopes each year and as such the need for specialist insurance has increased. With Sportscover Direct you can find specialist snow boarding insurance at competitive prices allowing you to enjoy the sport without having to worry about the consequences of an injury.
SportsCover Direct ski insurance benefits
24hr medical emergency assistance.
Off piste without a guide (provided not against local advice and not alone).
Annual cover allows up to 21 days skiing in a single trip and 30 days in total.
Reimbursement of passes, tuition, equipment hire following accident or injury.
Reimbursement of costs of transportation to another site due to lack of snow or natural disaster such as avalanche which closes your resort.
Purchasing snowboarding insurance with us couldn’t be easier; we provide quotes in one easy step and allow you to buy online through our secure website. You will receive your policy details instantly by email allowing you to get on with planning your snowboarding holiday.
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More about snowboarding
The development of snowboarding was inspired by skateboarding, surfing and skiing and is relatively new in comparison to skiing; founded in the United States in the 1960s, it became an official sport in 1985 and joined the Winter Olympic Games in 1998. Snowboarding then quickly grew in popularity among the winter sports public with the creation of high-profile events like the Winter X Games but animosity between skiers and snowboarders remained in ski resorts. However this is no longer the case and snowboarding had 8.2 million participants in the US alone for the 2009-2010 season. Like skiers, snowboarders must also take safety measures; especially since the injury rate is approximately double that of skiing. Injuries are also more common among beginners. We offer a range of snowboarding policies so find one that suits you today.