Dating in the winter or cold weather months doesn’t have to be boring. There is much more you can do during the winter than just the traditional dinner and a movie.
To find the best options for dating in the winter or cold weather months, it really just requires you to take a little more time.
Dating, or doing much of anything, in the summer can be pretty easy and care free. For the most part your biggest concerns is whether or not you will have any rain.
Even that is likely to be a fairly short lived event and not an all day washout.
The winter months, though, can be a little more challenging and may require a little more planning.
If the weather is going to be really bad: extremely cold, windy, or snowy outdoor activities won’t be that pleasant.
But there are still plenty of things you can do outside on “nice” days. Most places will have days where there isn’t much wind and the sun is bright and shiny and temperatures are tolerable.
On those types of days you can go sledding, make a snowman, go snowshoeing, go skiing or snowboarding or just go for a hike in the woods.
Every thing looks different and beautiful after a fresh snow. It can be wonderful to get out and spend some time outdoors.
Of course if that isn’t your cup of tea there are still many indoor activities that can be done in the winter. There are concerts, art exhibits, museums and aquariums (many of which will have specials) as well as planetariums.
And, during the winter months, there are many sporting events that take place. Also, check out your own town. Many places have smaller, local teams that play during the winter.
Your town may have a minor league football team. You may have a hockey team or a basketball team.
All of these things can make a great date and a great way to help support your local teams.
If none of that sounds good, or if you are simply short of funds there are plenty of fun things you can do right at home.
Have you ever spent any time looking up into the night sky in the winter? If not, you should. The sky can be so crystal clear it is stunning, you should give it a try.
Why not get some inexpensive binoculars or a telescope and take it right out in your own backyard and do some stargazing?
Or something as simple as sitting by a roaring fire while looking out at the snow can be a fun and relaxing, possibly even romantic, way to spend some time together.
I hope I’ve been able to provide you with some new ideas of things to do during the winter.
With just a little imagination, you can have fun dating in the winter or cold weather months. You don’t have to hibernate as soon as the days get shorter.