Vermont's Gateway To Backcountry Skiing And Riding


Matt Williams
Executive Director

Matt oversees protection, maintenance, and development of the Catamount Trail, while also taking care of administrative duties and spearheading chapter development for the CTA. A native Vermonter, he has been skiing, mountain biking, and hiking for as long as he can remember, and comes to the CTA with a background in teaching, outdoor education, event promotion and program development. When not donning one of his many CTA hats, he can usually be found exploring from his home in the Mad River Valley on skis or a bike – Email


Greg Maino
Communications & Events Director

Greg is responsible for coordinating all of the CTA’s events, including the Race to the Top of Vermont, and managing the CTA’s website, print and online communications. He hails from the snowy shores of Lake Superior on the Keweenaw Peninsula of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and has spent the last 12 years working in the outdoor industry in various capacities. He has a passion for efficient and effective communication, loves to spend time on his skis during the winter and can usually be found in a kayak or out running or mountain biking on the trails during the summer – Email


mattLarsonThumbMatt Larson
Business Manager

Matt comes to the CTA with 10 years of experience working a variety of positions for the Green Mountain Club such as seasonal caretaker, developmental assistant, interim Executive Director, and business manager. Raised in Ohio, Matt ventured westward after high school to the mountains of Utah, skiing and working as a chef. Now a full time Vermont resident, Matt lives near the mountains with his family – Email



Scott Berkley
Outreach & Youth Program Coordinator

Scott joins the CTA as part of the 2018-19 Vermont Housing and Conservation Board-Americorps program. In his second year at CTA, Scott will be coordinating the Catamount Ski Cubs program this winter, teaching youth around the Burlington area about the joys of nordic skiing and outdoor recreation.  You might also spot him sitting behind the table at different CTA events or working with volunteers and trail chiefs during trail days and glade projects with our chapters. When not teaching nordic skiing or running a brush-cutter, you can often find him skinning uphill or running around the trails beneath Camel’s Hump.  – Email