Dating for outdoor people
You may hear of people traveling far for love, but what about joining a dating app that specializes in travel and activities?
After all, isn’t dating about getting OUT there and doing things with somebody while getting to know them in the process IRL vs. Plus, fun activities and travel destinations make for less pressure on the date — you can concentrate on your mini golf game or trying not to fall off your stand-up paddleboard instead of trying to think of conversation-starters.
We do this by finding potential matches based on your active lifestyle interests and, once a match is made, we provide you with active date destinations nearby that you can suggest via chat.”Yep, with this app, no more “What do you want to do? Then, MMO suggests date locations, like Soul Cycle, indoor rock climbing, or black light yoga. ) is way into dating apps — 4 out of 5 users are aged 18-34 years old — and into fitness apps and wearables, so MMO combines the best of both worlds.
With Tour Bar, you can find a travel partner in the tap of a button on your phone. At the moment, the app is only a month, the price of a fancy cup of coffee, or a year.
If you only ski blue runs, you can find someone else who only skis blues.
Alternatively, if you like to go on 100-mile bike rides, it’ll help ensure you find someone who can keep up.
It may sound counter-productive, but just because one meets someone outside of their city doesn’t mean it has to stay that way — long-distance relationships can eventually morph into same-city ones.
Combine two of your favorite passions — dating and traveling — and you have a winning combo.“We know meeting people can be tough, so we’ve made it our mission to bring people together from across the world to explore and embark on adventures together,” according to Skout’s website.“Use your mobile device as your guide to meet new friends wherever you go, a concert at Madison Square Garden, a bus tour in Barcelona, or a local neighborhood bar.” Sounds like a win-win — you could either end up with a new BFF or a new BF or GF.Here's what they had to say: Derek Salamanca: Lives in San Diego, but is looking to move to Colorado.“We didn’t actually connect romantically, but we stayed really good friends,” she says.