A natural option while riding Crank It Up, the jumps on C-More are a bit bigger and a bit lippier.

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Description

Crank It Up serves as the everyman jump line in the Whistler Bike Park.

Ryan Dunfee of [Teton Gravity](https://www.tetongravity.com/story/bike/the-whistler-bike-parkthe-ultimate-guide) characterizes this trail as "an awesomely fun intermediate trail packed with a range of jumps, hips, wallrides, and small drops that will keep a lot of riders busy for lap after lap.” One of the logical trail options while ripping down Crank It Up is to bang a left onto the newer C-More Butts trail.

While C-More is still an intermediate jump line, in comparison to Crank It Up the jumps here are a little bit bigger and a little bit lippier.

The step up in jump size from Crank It Up provides an excellent progression as you flow down the mountain.

Once you get confident on the jumps up high, dropping into C-More forces you to dig deeper and send bigger in order to clear the hits. While most people will be focused on the jumps and simply cruise through the berms, the amazing quality of C-More’s berms deserves a big shout out! Big, long, perfectly-sculpted and sublimely flowy, simply railing through the berms even if you can’t clear the hits is an absolute riot! Undoubtedly, you’ll be railing numerous laps down Crank It Up during your time in the Whistler Bike Park, so be sure a few of those runs include C-More!