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Skiing and Snowboarding in Terrain Parks


Over the last 10 years ski resorts have worked hard to provide a wide range of on mountain activities to engage the younger marketplace. One such "boom" area is the use of "terrain parks" which are open to both skiers and snowboarders.


Terrain parks typically consist of a series of trails, ramps and jumps and a half pipe and the area will be open to users of all levels. Normally the area is open to both beginners and advanced users and learning tends to be via trial and error.


Now From a ski insurance perspective it is important to ensure that you are covered if you feel the need to "ride a rail" or "flip a 360". These activities are considered high risk and if you have ever ridden a skateboard you will know that the risks rise exponentially once you start getting into tricks and most insurers will request an extra premium to venture into a terrain park but our approach is different.


Option 1. Ski insurance bookable online


If you are going into the snowboard terrain parks on a leisure basis and are not training for or taking part in competitions then we will cover you as standard under the Voyager Standard, Primer and Black policies. These policies will cover all "in park" activities apart from Big Air, Boarder Cross and training for and taking part in competitions.


Option 2. Call 0330 880 5099 or try our Acrobatics cover page


If you are going into the snowboard terrain parks and are doing Big Air, Boarder Cross or training for or taking part in competitions then you need to call and speak to our Team or you can try our Acrobatics cover page. We have suitable ski insurance policies that will cover you for these activities but they are bespoke and they will cost you an additional premium because of the heightened risk.



At Skicover it has always been our approach to offer the traveller the choice when it comes to ski insurance. Following a simple quote stage where we determine your needs, the policy options are laid out on screen in such a way that you can easily see what is covered and more importantly whats not covered under each policy.

Customers who are interested in the most cost effective options have the ability to further reduce the policy prices by by removing elements such as baggage and cancellation cover and increasing the excesses.


Did you know?
£7,000 – Cost of medical treatment and repatriation for a broken leg after a boarding accident. (1)




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