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Last week’s 10 most-read stories on SummitDaily.com

A ski-parachuter miraculously survives a crash landing on (surprise!) Quandary and much more.

10.Two lost skiers spent night huddled under treeTwo skiers rescued from the backcountry near Leadville spent the night huddled under a tree in a sleeping bag.9.Ex-buddies dispute who threw first punch in late-night car-crashing spatA couple of estranged pals recently got into a spat, complete with automobile damage and face punches, after crossing paths late one cold holiday night. 8.December’s snowfall about 26% of 2008, few flurries predictedSnowfall could improve later in winter.7.Summit’s New Year’s Eve lineupAs the decade comes to a close, Summit is celebrating with a host of sounds, lights and events aimed to make your New Year’s Eve memorable. Here’s our updated list of mountain happenings.6.A-Basin to replace Exhibition Lift’The Legend’ will install its first high-speed detachable quad chairlift this summer.5.Texas woman dies in sledding crash in SilvertonAuthorities say a woman from Texas was killed while sledding at a ski area in southwestern Colorado.4.Going skiing? Why not bring the dog?Skiing can be great fun whether you’ve got two legs or four.3.Snow on the way to Summit CountyPredictions for snowfall in Summit County in the coming days have increased.2.Ski-parachuter crashes on QuandaryFive hikers assist in an 8-hour-long rescue from the mountain’s summit. 1.Rare New Year’s Eve ‘blue moon’ to ring in 2010Once in a blue moon there is one on New Year’s Eve.


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