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Skiing in the (South) East United States

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At the end of December we hope to drive north, from South Florida, for a week or so on the road. A family of 4 looking for a couple of days of snow, to give the kids a chance to try skiing &/or snowboarding for the 1st time.

Can anyone suggest the right area to aim for that will, on average, likely have decent snow, but is not adding enormous hours on the road by being significantly further north / west than we need to go?

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