6 Outdoor Valentine’s Date Ideas

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and you still don’t have any clue where to take that special someone? Don’t worry, if you want to spend it in the most special place of all (the great outdoors), we have got you covered. Whether you live in warm or cold climates, we have a few Valentine’s Day date ideas for lovers who love outdoor adventures.


Warm Weather

1. Picnic

Go to a nice park or wooded area find a clearing, lay out a blanket and have a nice romantic meal. Don’t forget some nice tunes to set the mood. The best thing about the picnic date is that it can be tacked on to pretty much any other outdoor date.

Warm Weather

2. Hiking Date

For a hiking date you want to find a trail with breathtaking views. Look for prominent land features like mountains or cliffs that overlook beautiful landscapes. Rivers and streams are also nice, and if you’re lucky maybe even a waterfall. Pick the best one and proceed with the picnic date.

Warm Weather

3. Fishing Date

There are a few ways to work out the fishing date. The first is to find a nice secluded beach, riverbank, or fishing hole. Put your lines in the water, then set out your picnic and catch fish at the same time. Other options involve getting out on the water. If you have a boat, you can take it out and find that good spot that can only be reached by boat. Hit the shore after a while and break out the blanket and enjoy your private picnic.

Cold Weather

1. Skiing

Head to the hills and spend the day on the slopes. Maybe throw some snowballs, or enjoy a lift or gondola ride if you aren’t avid skiers. You can always enjoy a nice cozy meal by the fire back at the lodge. If you’re up for it, head back out and do some snow tubing to finish your date strong.

Cold Weather

2. Skating

Ice skating is always nice; if you can get to an outdoor rink or a frozen pond it’s even better. If you are using a frozen pond, it’s very important to check the ice beforehand to make sure it’s thick enough. Nothing will bring your date down faster than falling through the ice. The second most important thing to remember when skating outdoors is to bring your own thermos of hot chocolate to keep warm.

Cold Weather

3. Sleigh Ride

Hop in a sleigh, cuddle up under a blanket, and enjoy a scenic tour of the countryside (or city streets). Sure it’s cold outside, but who couldn’t use another excuse to snuggle a little closer together. Remember, a sleigh ride is the perfect chance to try the inconspicuous stretch/put your arm around your date move.

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