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    Hi, does anyone know how you can get insured to ski out of bounds?

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    Ski Shop Owner & Equipment Specialist - Voted Best Boot fitter in Australia (SIA Australia Awards 2013) Paul Oberin's Avatar
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    I don't think you can, but I am happy to be corrected.

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    Advanced Snowatcher blutek's Avatar
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    There are a couple of possibilities, but you need to research their restrictions & limitations:, Insure4less, Allianz(?)
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    Is this for Australia or overseas? Are you with a guide or with a group of friends?

    The ski pass for La Grave and other resorts in France may cover you in off piste within resort boundaries including helicopter rides to the hospital.

    Double check on the resort you are going to and don't go off piste if you are unsure as tempting as it is and don't rely on Internet forums as the sole source.

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    What about if you are with a guided group, like a Niseko powder tour going out the gates with a guide/instructor??
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    As Taxman said QBE
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    I assume this is for OS. I went with Accident and Health through a broker. Covers out of bounds with $250 excess (actually that is for all skiing) and covers heliskiing with a $500 excess.

    About 10% more exxy than travel insurance direct.
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