Recently booked my first-ever cat-skiing trip with Mustang Powder in British Columbia; Gotta say, I'm super-excited. They look like a great outfit, and I'm sure everything will go fine...
That said, this trip had to be booked a lot earlier than I'm used to booking, it's in a foreign country, getting there will be an ordeal (many connections) with many opportunities for things to go wrong, and it's quite a bit of money. Furthermore, if there's anything their materials are clear about, it's that there's no rescheduling and no refunds, so while I don't normally get trip insurance for ski trips, I've been considering getting some for this trip.
I'm a US resident, have medical coverage through my employer, and I've confirmed with the insurer that my policy covers urgent and emergency care while traveling in Canada at the same levels that they do in the US. With that in mind, I'm mainly thinking about problems like missed flight connections, work emergencies, me getting hurt before the trip and being unable to go, etc.
I've read a few of the threads here that talk about insurance, but most of the situations seem considerably different than mine and appear to be primarily concerned with medical coverage. Does anyone have any trip insurance recommendations for circumstances like mine? Any other sage advice? Thanks!