David Morrison skiing to Starbucks in Victoria on Feb.11. (Photo David Morrison)

WATCH: Skiers and boarders hit Victoria streets after record snowfalls

Victoria got more snow than Mount Washington in last 24 hours

With Victoria getting more snow than Mount Washington in the last 24 hours, skiers and boarders take to the streets of Victoria for some winter fun.

Whether heading to the coffee shop to pick up a cup of java or hitting Ryan Hill to get some runs in, snow lovers in Victoria took full advantage of the recent dump of snow.

Do you have some videos or photos of fun in the snow in Victoria? We’d love to see them.

Send them to vnc.editorial@blackpress.ca.

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