March 28, 2019
Entering its 19th year, Last Call has grown into the biggest snowboarding event on the East Coast.
Snowboarders from around the globe flock to Loon Mountain to vie for a cash purse and cut their teeth on the next-level park features created specifically for this event. Professional riders like Pat Moore, Chas Guldemond, Scott Stevens, Bode Merrill and Chris Grenier have all dropped in at Last Call and that elite list will continue to grow this year. Professional and amateur statuses aside, Last Call is open to snowboarders of expert ability. It consists of three zones: transition, jumps, and rails. Cash and prizes are awarded for overall event dominance as well as mastery in the individual zones.
This year, for the first time, Last Call will be held on the Little Sister trail. This new location will provide a new canvas for unique features previously impossible to execute in Loon Mountain Park. It's going to be good.
Event Entry Fee: $50
A valid lift ticket or season pass is required to participate in the event. Competitor-only Lift Tickets will be available for purchase during registration only. Last Call is limited to 80 participants. Sixty of those spots are for invited riders leaving the remaining twenty spots are open. Those spots are available on a first-come, first-serve basis at event registration.
|8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.||Registration at Slopeside Deli|
|10:45 a.m.||Riders' meeting on Little Sister trail|
|11 a.m.||Event start|
|4 p.m. – 6 p.m.||Après Party at Paul Bunyan Room|
Of course, you want to watch the largest and longest-running snowboard event on the East Coast. But please be respectful. Spectators are allowed on the trail, but outside of the feature zones. These zones are open to competitors only. Please stay on your side of the fence.
Last Call is sponsored by: Eastern Boarder, Oakley, Vans, Burton, Red Bull, Dakine, Crab Grab