But most people on first dates on Luv Byrd would like to go hiking or skiing together.”The app, previously only available in Colorado, is now expanding to cities like New York, Chicago, and L.A., where Keshian says it can be harder to meet outdoor enthusiasts.Here are seven tips to keep in mind as you look for love online:“Tell your friends where you’re going and when you’ll be home,” said Helen Fisher, a senior research fellow with the famed Kinsey Institute and chief scientific advisor to
While a site catered to climbers, bikers, skiers, and kite surfers would be welcome worldwide, with growth could come cost.
Keshian told The Gazette in Colorado Springs that once the 10,000 user mark is eclipsed, a fee-based model would be warranted.
Users can search out possible dates based on their favorite activities, mountains to ski, and level of ability.“The dating industry is all about some kind of common interest,” Keshian says.
“For someone who is an outdoor enthusiast, that is probably their number one interest, and it’s the easiest way for people to connect.
Nothing can kill a budding romance faster than being dropped by your date on a couple’s ride, or finding out he doesn’t own skis, a bike pump, hiking boots.