Which New England ski mountain is right for you? ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Wildcat A class of young snowboarders paused to rest and take in the views at Wildcat in Pinkham Notch, N.H. Brian Mohr/Ember Photography/Okemo A drawing card at Okemo in Ludlow, Vt., is immaculate and seemingly continuous grooming of the trails. Brian Mohr/Ember Photography/Okemo Ride the Timber Ripper Mountain Coaster at Okemo. Eric K. Kulin/Smugglers Notch Indoor arcades and adventure centers are some of the popular amusements for everyone in the family at Smugglers Notch in Jefferson, Vt. Jay Peak Near the Canadian border, Jay Peak boasts of receiving the most snow in eastern North America. Mount Snow Snowboarders of all ages can find the trails of their dreams at Mount Snow in West Dover, Vt. Jay Peak Mount Snow devotes an entire mountain face to its Carinthia Terrain Park System. Michael Riddell/Sugarbush Take the Lincoln Limo snocat at Sugarbush in Warren, Vt., to access the backcountry. Sugarloaf Get your heart racing in Carrabassett Valley, Maine, on the steep trails at Sugarloaf, which include the only lift-serviced, above-treeline skiing in the East. Greg Keeler/Cannon Mtn. In Franconia Notch State Park, N.H., the Cannon tram rises to more than 5,000 feet elevation, at a speed of about 1,500 feet per minute.