Marcus Caston was never trained to be a ‘traditional’ mogul skier within the confines of perfectly manicured hand built bump courses. Rather, he grew up as a ski racer who loved the ebbs and flows of the naturally formed bumps on big mountain terrain that allowed for such dynamic skiing. Like the “hot doggers” of yore, his style is fun, funky, and outside the boundaries of any traditional mogul skiing rules. In his 7th Warren Miller feature, Marcus heads to Squaw Valley in search of classic spring slush bump skiing, meeting up with friends like Jonny Moseley along the way. From the top of the famous mogul run, Chute 75, to the bottom of the KT-22 lift, these bump skiers revel in everything spring skiing should be: sunny days, big moguls, and fun times with friends.