Marcus Caston is Back with Season 3 of “Return of the Turn”

When the resort first opens, there's a lot of stoke and usually not a lot of snow. Caston doesn't mind.

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Professional skier, coach, and inspiration ski consultant at Party Beach Ski Camp, Marcus Caston, is back with the ninth episode of his self-produced series, “Return of the Turn.” Shot on location on his home turf in the Wasatch by filmer Tim Jones, the first episode in season three lacks the deep powder turns that typically land Caston on covers and in the pages of magazines, but it’s ripe with the type of skiing he does best—which is absolutely charge, conditions be damned.

“When the resort first opens, there’s a lot of stoke and usually not a lot of snow,” he says. “You could either stick to the one crowded groomer or venture off and go to battle with rocks and stumps.” Buckle up, skiers. The “Turn” is back.

Want more Marcus ripping groomers? Don’t miss the 72nd annual Warren Miller Film, “Winter Starts Now” currently on tour.