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Last week’s 10 most-read articles from SummitDaily.com

An inexperienced backcountry skier still doesn’t realize the poor decisions he made that triggered an avalanche and much more.

10. Notes from an avalanche surivor Lakewood snowboarder credits back-country knowledge for his survival in a Loveland Pass avalanche Tuesday. 9. Silverthorne rec center revises membership feesTown moves forward on its plan for recreation growth one year after research starts.8. Breckenridge gets a look at master plan for gondola lot redevelopmentThe Gondola Lot master plan will go before the town council Jan. 12.7. Ski resorts nudge lift tickets toward $100Several resorts begin charging holiday rates; single-day lift tickets at Copper are $89.6. Beetle logging halted over boundaries, helicopterA federal court has temporarily delayed a bark-beetle logging operation in Colorado, saying it surpassed its boundaries and that helicopters were being used without approval.5. Sharing the slopes in Summit CountySkiers and snowboards have a few pet peeves on the hill.4. Summit County Coroner reports four deaths in three daysAll deaths apparently from natural causes.3. Coroner identifies man killed at BreckenridgeSummit County investigators have identified the Florida man killed Thursday morning on an intermediate trail at Breckenridge as Michael Crim, 41, of Temple Terrace, Fla.2. Skier dies at Breck after collision with treeA 41-year-old man from Tampa, Fla., died while skiing Thursday morning at Breckenridge Ski Resort. 1. ‘Designated driver’ fails roadside sobriety testsUp Against the Wall.


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