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Life at 4241: Living in the Killington Valley

This monthly podcast describes the lifestyle of the Killington Valley in Central Vermont. Touching upon events, recreation, trends and other topic pertaining to the lifestyle we enjoy.

Killington Pico Area Association's Executive Director Michael Coppinger hosts this series and brings in diverse voices to highlight the region.

Jun 21, 2019

Join Executive Director Michael Coppinger as he samples wine and discusses the Eighteenth Annual Killington Wine Festival with guests Sharon Mayer, Conference & Wedding Coordinator for Killington/Pico Resort, and Beth Sarandrea, co-owner of Liquid Art Coffehouse and Eatery.

Both guests have been integral in planning the...


May 17, 2019

Rich McCoy, Director of Summer Operations at Killington Resort and Amy Alton, Pro Rider and founder of Divas of Dirt, joined Executive Director Michael Coppinger to discuss the varied ways they reach out to the surprisingly diverse population of bikers out there – from brand new riders who attend Mountain Bike School...


Apr 19, 2019

As someone who has been a fixture in Killington for 23 years, DJ Dave Hoffenberg knows how to live loud. With over 2,000 Facebook friends, DJ Dave has his finger on the pulse of the events scene at Killington Resort and the surrounding region. He stands out with his wacky outfits and flamboyant personality. Listen as he...


Mar 28, 2019

Podcaster Mike Coppinger goes into the field at the Second Annual Vermont Brewers Festival held at Killington Resort on March 23, 2019.  This unique outdoor beer festival takes place on snow and hosts over 30 local breweries pouring over 100 craft beers. 

Listen as Mike and resident beer expert Sarah Newell review...


Mar 1, 2019

A school that combines athletics and academics for highly motivated students, the Killington Mountain School is a unique jewel in the crown of Killington mountain sports.  Head of School Tao Smith gives a brief history of the school from its modest beginnings to its current status as a residential education and training...