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Top 10 Spring or Fall Adventure Date Ideas

Spring and fall offer so many possibilities for exciting and adventurous date ideas. The mild and temperate weather, the changing of the seasons, and especially the feeling we all start to get before or just after winter – we often find ourselves inspired to add new experiences to our lives. Trying out a few spring or fall adventure date ideas is a great way to bond with your significant other and to make some exciting memories.

Depending on the level of adventure you are seeking, you can try a number of exciting outdoor activities for your fall or spring adventure date. You might also find something exhilarating to do inside as well. To follow are 10 exciting spring and fall adventure date ideas for you to consider trying with your sweetheart or with your significant other and one or more couples for an adventurous double date or group date.

1.    Spelunking

2.    Horseback riding

3.    Skydiving

4.    Bungee Jumping

5.    Hot air balloon rides

6.    Rock climbing or mountain climbing

7.    Mountain biking

8.    Paintball

9.    Authentic haunted house tour or ghost tour

10.    Triathlons

Your fall or spring adventure date can be extremely exhilarating like bungee jumping and skydiving or somewhat low key but still exciting, like horseback riding or mountain biking. Be sure to discuss your options with your significant other to be sure you are both on the same page regarding the level of effort and the degree of intensity of your date.

If your anniversary takes place in the same season, a spring or fall adventure date can be a great way to celebrate your relationship. You may also enjoy a spring or fall adventure date for a birthday or other special occasion. Adventure dates can also be a great way to keep the spark alive in your relationship.

Remember, all adventurous activities carry some element of risk. Be sure to follow all the instructions and safety guidelines for whatever spring or fall adventure date you choose. Discuss any safety concerns with your significant other prior to booking your adventure date.

Kathryn D'Imperio: