While the heavy snow on Sunday night caused more than a few headaches for people throughout the Lower Mainland, some residents in East Vancouver decided to make the best of the situation.
Although many people made their way to the local mountains, it appears this particular group was more than satisfied to save themselves the trip and simply carve up the fresh snow that had fallen on their neighbourhood streets.
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In one of the videos, a person can be seen skiing from the road, onto a sidewalk, and then onto a property.
“We now have ski-in, ski-out housing,” the video’s description reads.
Another video shows a person making turns down a snow-covered alleyway and across a street.
With a huge blast of snow on Sunday and an arctic front moving into the region today, many commuters are being warned to exercise caution amidst difficult winter conditions and prepare for freezing conditions that are forecast to settle in today. And although a high of -4°C and sunshine is predicted, it will feel as cold as -13°C with the windchill today, according to Environment Canada.
Hey, maybe a pair of skis is actually the way to go.