Hiking is a happiness booster. A hike together is a great opportunity to get to know each other even better and get a little exercise. Head to the local nature center or park for a romantic hike in the woods, and don’t forget to bring a picnic blanket. Start your hike just before sunrise or sunset to savor those first or last rays of sunshine with your sweetie. Bring headlamps or flashlights, it can get dark quickly after sunset.
No matter how full the moon is, ambient night light reflects off the snow and makes moonlit activities easy to do and severely romantic. So bundle up, pour yourselves some hot chocolate in a thermos to share and hit the woods together. This time of year is actually best for star gazing, since the atmosphere is usually clearer with the cold weather.Remember to bring safety precautions,read more here.
Go big and plan a few days in the mountains, complete with cozy accommodations, skiing, dinners and maybe even a couples massage. It won't get more romantic than that...
A stint in the wild can be the main ingredient in one of the most romantic getaways you've had yet. A campfire, perhaps a shared sleeping bag, cuddling to get warm, cooking breakfast and dinner, gorgeous scenery and very few distractions. Or, get really cozy and rent a cabin.
Enhance the romance with a waterfall. Simply stated, people find waterfalls romantic due to the raw beauty and power of nature.
Rivers are responsible for carving out some of the most amazing features on the planet. Go with the flow down by the river for a rugged hike, rock hopping or a lovely laid-back stroll.
Whether you’re seriously pumping your pedals up a mountain trail or casually coasting along at the park, bike riding can give you a good workout and a chance to spend time with your honey. You could also use it as an opportunity to go somewhere you haven't been before – stop for a nice lunch, wander around a new place, and rest those legs before riding home.