Cupid's Pulse Article: Date Idea: Rent a Cabin in the SnowCupid's Pulse Article: Date Idea: Rent a Cabin in the Snow

By Hope Ankney and Gabriela Robles

Rent a cabin in the mountains with your partner and settle in for a comfy, romantic weekend together. Whether you’re actually snowed in or just pretending to be, this date idea is a surefire way to light the flame together.

Check out this date idea if you’re looking for something fun and romantic!

If you’re on the East Coast, check out the Poconos Mountains for some snowboarding, skiing, horseback riding and snow tubing. Or try the Woodloch Resort for an all-inclusive package deal. If you’re on the West Coast, take a trip to Breckenridge Ski Resort, where you can enjoy tons of activities such as rafting, sleigh rides, balloon tours, and many delicious restaurants.

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Before you go, think about what you may need. Besides the cozy sweaters and warm slippers, remember to bring something fun for entertainment. A board game will bring out the playful side in you, so pack Cranium, Monopoly or Scrabble. As you and your honey get into the games, talk about which one is your favorite. Reminisce over old games you used to play or still do. Once you’re done with your board games, uncork a bottle of wine and grab a deck of cards. Maybe your partner wants to learn how to play gin rummy, or perhaps you’re both skilled poker players. If all goes well, you may have a new weekly tradition on your hands: game night!

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Outdoor activities are also a great way to romanticize a trip. Before jumping in the car, research the town you’re staying in and find exciting things to do during your time there. Exploring a new place together will make for great memories that you’ll think about for years to come. Go hiking, wine tasting and — if the snow allows — sledding to bring you two closer. When you’ve had enough of the cold air, head inside, cuddle up together and talk about your experiences that day. Talk about what activities you want to conquer on your next mountain trip.

This weekend is about sharing new experiences together. Whether it’s your first time in this quaint mountain town or just the first time you’ve gone snowshoeing, focus on stepping out of your comfort zone and testing your capabilities. After a delightful few days, you and your sweetheart will be glad you had a weekend away.

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