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.
Seth Page | Director of Operations | Email >>
Seth comes from a background as a training and safety manager in public transit. His love of mountain biking drove him to move up to the Northwestern Maine mountains in 2022. You won't find Seth in the office, his time is spent out on snowmobiles in winter months, and deep in the woods during the summer season clearing miles trails and maintaining our huts.
Erika Johnson | Guest Experience and Media Coordinator | Email >>
Erika first became acquainted with Maine Huts & Trails through her time spent working at LL Bean in the Bike & Ski Store. The unique landscape and offerings of mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking, and Nordic skiing convinced her to leave Southern Maine and travel north. Outside of being in the mountains, she is studying to become a Registered Maine Sea Kayak Guide.
Andrew (Andy) Dillion Bustin | Sustainable Business Development Consultant | Email >>
Andy joined Maine Huts in 2022 thanks to a grant. He has been instrumental in growing the huts expanded summer programing for schools, outdoor groups, and more.
“Stepping into this new role has required learning more about MHT’s organizational history and familiarizing myself with Maine’s western forests and mountains,” Andrew says. “There are lots of great opportunities to explore. But, just like the capstone project, the challenge becomes prioritizing and cultivating the necessary relationships with partners who can help us reach our goals.”
Mike was our Hut Master at Flagstaff for the Winter 22/23 season, and never left! He spent summer 2023 with his family caretaking at Flagstaff Hut, and will take on an Assistant Operations role for our upcoming 23/24 Winter season.
Catherine joined Mike at Flagstaff for the summer 2023 caretaking season. She will be full-time office support and reservation booking at the Kingfield office for the Winter 24 season. Stop by and say hi!
Bob is our primary gear shuttle operator. He puts miles on the snowmobiles over the winter, ensuring guests bags arrive between the 50 miles connecting our huts. An experienced outdoorsman, he is a registered Maine Guide and leads guided fly fishing trips in the summer.
A fixture at Maine Huts for years, Tyler plows and grooms the remote section of our trail system from the Halfway Yurt to beyond Flagstaff Hut. This section is known for no cell service, big snowfalls and varied terrain. It is a difficult job, and we are glad to have him around!
Kat is a knowledgeable local who is helping out in the office with reservations and systems integrations. She is a Registered Maine Guide and Yoga instructor, and has been a regular fixture at the huts in both winter and summer seasons.