Each year when Valentine's Day rolls around, we all have different ways of celebrating. Some people ignore it completely. Some people might acknowledge the day exists but only buy a heart-shaped pizza or Portillo's cake to celebrate with, (in this instance the 'some people' is me), and other couples choose to drop hundreds of dollars on flowers, gifts, and meals. No matter what kind of Valentine couple you may be, I think most of us would be on board for a fun adventure, even if it does come with the 'valentine' word attached to it.

Take Your Sweetie On a Zip-Lining Adventure For Valentine's Day This Year

Let me lay it out for you this way...flowers die, too much chocolate will make your waistline swell, and restaurant reservations can be hard to get on Valentine's Day. Why not avoid all that mess and treat your special someone to a gift they will never forget, like going zip-lining, followed by a great meal and wine this Valentine's Day?

For the record, I am by no means a thrill-seeker, but even I have been zip lining before. My fear of heights might have caused panicked screaming, but the experience was still something I'd totally recommend and do again, and this one in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin looks awesome!

Lake Geneva Zipline & Adventure's Zipline and Dine offers three ways to enjoy the excitement on February 12, 2022. You can;

  1. The Zipline & Dine Classic includes a ride down the 1,221-foot zip line followed by a three-course dinner and wine.
  2. Zipline & Dine Full Zipline Tour includes a two-hour zip line adventure, followed by a multi-course dinner at a private table and wine.
  3. Zipline & Dine At Home includes a ride down the 1,221-foot zip line followed by a chef-inspired meal to take home and enjoy.

No matter which option you choose, you need to book your spot ASAP, before they all fill up. (Click here to do that now). Want a preview of the fun in store at the Zipline and Dine? Watch this...

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