For those living in the US. Alpine Ascents International offers a plan in conjunction with our travel insurance provider, Trip Mate. Tripmate offers 2 policies:
1. Adventure – Specific Reasons for Cancellation
2. Adventure Plus – Cancel for Any Reason (Must be purchased within 15 days of registration)
For those living outside the US.
Follow the directions and link above. When prompted for your address, please use Alpine Ascents’ Main Office Address for enrollment purposes. Our travel insurance provider will finalize your application via a follow up email.
109 W. Mercer St.
Seattle WA 98109
I don’t have a single thing to say needs to be improved upon and will tell you that Ben did an (typical for AAI) excellent job of handling the necessary minor changes to itinerary and added on some nice cultural features that made the trip a very special experience.
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