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File this under "Physical Activities You Can Do in the Great Indoors." Get your heart rate up and work on that upper body strength with a bout of rock climbing in pairs. It may feel a little junior, but who can resist the temptation of half-scorched marshmallows?
Optional: Challenge each other to a playful race to the top. Relish the chance to spend some relaxing quality time together with a couple's massage followed by some steamy sauna time. If you're already living in a small town, this will be easier than ever (they're usually hotspots for great antiques). Take advantage of the cooler weather and get the fireplace (or outdoor grill) going, rip open a bag of marshmallows, and pair your fresh s'mores with some Irish coffee (mmmm).
But if not, seek out a local spot for antiquing where you two can get lost for an hour or two, hunting for records and retro treasures, or perusing the shelves of dusty vintage books. If you're both extra outdoorsy, make it a weekend camping trip in the mountains before the weather gets too severe. If nothing's really speaking to you on the blockbuster front (sometimes the movie lead-up to the holidays feels a little meh), check out an art-house or indie film that will get you slightly out of your comfort zone, but will guarantee a unique shared experience.
A brisk hike is an ideal winter date for adventure-seekers to take in some sights and get in exercise at once (the views! Winter is peak ballet season so it's the best time to nab yourselves tickets to The Nutcracker or Swan Lake.
And hey, your date night deserves a little more drama (the good kind). If you actually live by a snow resort, forget this idea and grab some skis. There’s a reason ice-skating is the go-to romantic date in winter-set romantic comedies: it’s both romantic and fun. Playful low-budget dates can include building snowmen, going sledding, and starting a snowball fight. Be teammates on trivia night at a local bar, sign up for an improv class together, or just enjoy a few laughs at a comedy club. Sign up for a local ghost tour, check out the Christmas lights in your neighborhood, or grab your cameras and take photographs of the changing leaves and wintery landscapes. Whoever catches the most candy buys the other one dinner.