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And that is exactly what he will be doing when he suits up for the two-star and four-star freeride world qualifier events at The Remarkables this week.
The 27-year-old described freeriding as being given a mountain face and picking a route that flows and looks nice while also adding in tricks off cliffs to "bump up the excitement factor".
Lee, the back-to-back Snow Sports New Zealand freeride athlete of the year, admits he is "pretty excited".
"There’s a pretty epic field of people coming over from the United States and Europe. I think there’s a couple of World Tour riders as well so it should be a pretty awesome event."
Lee, a ski racer turned freerider, said he would be using the two-star event, which earns fewer qualifying points than the four-star event, to practise his freestyle skills before the next world tour that begins at the end of the year.
"Freeride over the last few years has been trending away from the purist, just skiing side of things. The freestyle element has become way more prominent and the judging has adapted over the last few years to cater for that and help progress the sport.
"During that time we’ve noticed a lot more freestyle being added in, a lot more people chucking 360s off cliffs and other moves like cork 360s on top of your standard backflips and the rest.
"It’s kind of like the chase is on to learn a bunch of those tricks because my background is more in like technical skiing, as opposed to freestyle, so it’s been a big focus for me recently because I want to try and keep up with the game."
Plenty of snow this season had left the courses looking really good, he said.
New Zealand freeriders dominated proceedings in the freeride events last year, winning seven out of 12 medals on offer, and they will be hoping for more of the same this time around.