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The mountain insurance


The mountain insurance

Please check, if your insurance is covering evacuation from the mountains.
If you have any I can buy it for you here.  That´s insurance just for mountains and it covers just transport or evacuation from the mountains to hospital by mountain rescue service and it is not covering all medical service. For medical support you have to buy traveling insurance, that´s up to you.
If you have got just a European health service blue card during your trips in Europe, that covering only emergency service in the hospital. This health service is valid for citizens of the EU. If you are from another country you will need to buy it there.
For The Mountain insurance I will need:

  • Name and Surname
  • Day of birth
  • Nationality

This is insurance for Slovak mountains so that will be for 1 day and it cost 1 euro per person. We pay it for you.
Insurance cover:
Mountain rescue service · Accident insurance
We will protect you from high bills for helicopter or scooter transport, recovery, or search in the mountains. The insurance covers the costs of mountain hunt, rescue, and land or air transport to the nearest health service of up to € 20,000 (for example, a helicopter intervention in the High Tatras costs about € 4,000). Insurance covers the following areas:
Mala Fatra, Velka Fatra, Belianske Tatry, Low Tatras, High Tatras, Western Tatras, Pieniny, Middle Beskydy, Kysucke Beskydy, Moravian-Silesian Beskydy, Kysucky Highlands, Bukovske vrchy, Kremnicke vrchy, Javorniky, Slovak Paradise.
Accident insurance:
We will pay compensation in the event of permanent consequences or death as a result of an accident. The insurance covers compensation of survivors of EUR 7,000 in case of death of the insured person as a result of an accident. In the case of permanent consequences after injury, we will pay damages up to EUR 14,000 according to the percentage of consequences determined by the doctor. Example: If the physician determines that the permanent consequences are 70%, 70% of the € 14 000, or € 9 800, would be compensated.