Regardless about how you feel about the current state of health insurance in the US, there is a demonstrated need for the coverage we provide. Safe Descents Ski and Snowboard Insurance is an additional layer of protection that fills in coverage gaps in the way insurance policies are written. Whether you have work-sponsored health insurance,
We are often asked, “Why do I need Safe Descents? I have Travel Insurance!” Safe Descents Ski and Snowboard Insurance is a specialty supplemental insurance policy designed specifically for keeping costs low while providing certain benefits that are typically not found in most travel insurance policies. We’ve eliminated the bells and whistles found in pricy
Ski / Snowboard Insurance is not Travel Insurance. We are purely focused on the need of the individual skier or snowboarder at US resorts.
In the past decade, ski patrols and avalanche forecasters have watched more skiers and snowboarders compromise their safety and the safety of others to grab first tracks.
Safe Descents Inc., today announced the launch of a skiing and snowboarding rescue and evacuation insurance for the residents of 46 jurisdictions in the US.
While snowfall has been plentiful, the Vail community mourns the loss of Bindu Sky Pomeroy, the “Mayor of East Vail” in early season snowboarding accident.
Now that the turkey is eaten, we’ve got a three-part workout plan that we focus on and recommend for others who want to get the most out of ski season.
Hitting the slopes might look easy, but actually can take years of practice and experience to do confidently. So in order to make your first mountain vacation a fun and safe one, we’ve put together a list of 10 tips.
Don’t let your ski vacation cost you an arm and a leg.
We’re all about finding ways to extend our time on the snow, and just allow us to relax and enjoy time with our family and friends, which leads us to point out one simple thing missing from your Season Pass.