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12 Toronto Date Ideas For Couples Who Love Staying Active

Time to get your workout on.
12 Toronto Date Ideas For Couples Who Love Staying Active

Sure, Netflix and chill can be a cheap and easy option, but it's also an excuse to stay glued to your couch for an entire afternoon.  There are a lot of couples out there that this might work for, but there are also a lot of people who are looking to stay active and get moving, especially with their loved one!

Whether you've both decided to embark on a new fitness journey, or you're just looking to obtain your already healthy lifestyles, we have compiled 12 active date ideas to keep you and your bae in the best shape possible.

Have fun Toronto! 

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1. Go bowling at the Ballroom bowl

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2. Test your limits while playing archery tag

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3. Try your hand at ax throwing

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4. Escape winter at an indoor surf class

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5. Take a walk through one of Toronto's parks

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6. Be a kid again at Pursuit OCR

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7. Go for a bike ride around the Toronto island

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8. Go on a hike to some of these beautiful waterfalls

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9. Take your S/O ice skating at Nathan Philips Square

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10. Get your sweat on at a cycling class

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11. Take a walk to the Scarborough Bluffs

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12. Get your bounce on at Sky Zone

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