6 Fun Date Ideas For Those Who Like To Keep Active



If you're the sort of person who likes to keep active, then why not make sure your dates are active too? It's a great way to build on some teamwork, enjoy your common interests, and get your heart racing (and hopefully not just due to the activity, but the company too...).

So, if you're stepping into the big wide world of Hertfordshire dating and looking to introduce some activity into your dating life, then here are 6 ideas to get you started... 

  1. Hiking - Show your date your active, adventurous, nature-loving side by inviting them out for an afternoon of hiking. It'll provide a great opportunity for long conversations and connecting with one another, all while surrounded by beautiful nature and breath-taking views. Make sure to pick comfortable shoes for this one!

  2. Dancing - Whether it's heading to the club for a boogie, taking part in a lesson, or simple throwing some shapes in the comfort of your own home, dancing with one another is sure to bring a smile to both of your faces and guarantee and enjoyable evening. The best part? You can dress sexy and really show off.

  3. Paintballing - Release your mischievous side and compete with your new love interest to become paintballing champion. If you’re a more established couple, make this an opportunity to invite friends and their significant others along too for a big, messy group date. Be prepared for some post-activity bruises...

  4. Cycling - Whether you’re dating in Yorkshire or dabbling in some Hertfordshire dating, you’re sure to find a beautiful park or trail for a chilled out bike ride. It's s a great way to cover a lot of ground and discover some of your beautiful surroundings, all while getting to know each other along the way.

  5. Tennis - Tennis makes for a perfect outdoor couple's activity when the weather is good, and it's a relatively easy sport to get the hang of, so grab your racquet and your trainers, and head to the court for some competitive fun. You could even mix things up by inviting a friend along for an exciting double date scenario.

  6. Rock climbing - If you’re up for a challenge, suggest a rock climbing date to your new love interest. It’s a fab way to get to know each other without feeling too much pressure because attempting a climb is perfect way to fill any conversation gaps that might occur. It's going to be a test of upper body strength too, so be prepared for some aching afterwards!

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