Year-Round Staff


 

 

 

 

Wolfe Tone | Executive Director | Email >>

Wolfe has two favorite questions around the office. Three actually. After, “How are you?”, Wolfe wants to know, “What do we need to accomplish?” and “How are we going to get there together?” 

Wolfe’s love of the Maine mountains is undeniable. A flatlander by birth, Wolfe will tell you there’s a magnetism to Maine’s mountains that he just can’t shake. That love of Maine’s landscape shows up in everything he does: hike, fish, bike and paddle; work to conserve magnificent places; and a big passion of his, skiing – skinny skis or the wide ones that point down-hill, it doesn’t matter. He is a big vision kind of guy, all the while paying attention to how all the pieces of the organization are connected and work together. 

He wants the Maine Huts and Trails experience to make a real difference to our guests, heighten our appreciation of the Northern Forest landscape, and feel a connection to community. One more thing, he’s looking forward to a game of backgammon with you at one of the huts.
 

 

Kris Dorer | Director of Development | Email >>

Kris arrives at Maine Huts & Trails with 30 years of experience in nonprofit management, with roles ranging from Development to Executive Director in both employment and board capacities. She is most excited to join Maine Huts & Trails and to apply her skills to furthering and enjoying our mission.

From biking in Europe to hiking the White Mountains, skiing to camping, Kris has a passion for the outdoors. She chose to relocate to Maine in 1994 in order to enjoy its bounty and feels that there is little need to go elsewhere...

"To be able to contribute to Maine Huts & Trails' mission to steward the land and provide individuals with unique, healthy outdoor experiences is a true honor. Maine Huts & Trails are a place where we can all feel part of and contribute to the pure joy of Maine's western mountains, forests and waters."

Kris, her husband and two teenagers live in Scarborough on an old farm. They have 3 rescue dogs, 2 cats and a large vegetable garden which is a popular gathering spot for the neighborhood wildlife!

 

 

Kevin Mitchell | Director of Operations | Email >>

Kevin comes to Maine Huts & Trails with decades of Management experience within the marketing and promotions field. He is originally from small town Minot, Maine but is a local to Kingfield and Turner. Kevin's energy and enthusiasm is contagious, so watch out!

From running marathons, nordic skiing, skiing backcountry to mountain biking or hiking a 4K footer, Kevin has a passion for being outside. If you see him running on some single track or up a mountain, be sure to say hello. Kevin is a people person and if you haven’t met him yet, he will be sure to connect with you!

“Maine Huts & Trails is a special place that more people need to experience. Once you experience what we have to offer, I am confident that you will keep coming back. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to help open the huts back up and live our mission each and every day!"

Kevin lives in Kingfield and enjoys exploring the trails in the valley and beyond. 
 

 

Tyler Doucette | Maintenance Supervisor | Email >>

Originally from Connecticut, Tyler spent his summers on Eagle Lake in Maine where he fell in love with the state’s backwoods. Three years ago, he moved to Maine to start a simpler life.

A lifelong alpine sports enthusiast, he learned to ski at the age of 3 and how to snowboard when he was 10 years old. At age 16, he was caught building a jump on a trail at Mt. Snow, Vermont— but instead of getting in trouble, he was offered the opportunity to build the first snowboard terrain park on the east coast: Mt. Snow’s legendary “Un Blanco Gulch”! Tyler also worked for Connecticut Casinos for 9 years driving limos, during which he drove over a million miles in NYC traffic with every celebrity you could imagine!

Traveling has always been a passion for Tyler--he’s been to 18 countries and even rode a Harley Davidson from Costa Del Sol in southern Spain to the Arctic Circle in Finland during an 8-day span. When Tyler isn’t working, you can find him enjoying a wide range of outdoor activities like kayaking, mountain biking, and Nordic skiing