Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard and his wife Hayley have escaped to the gorgeous mountains of Sun Valley, Idaho for a winter getaway. And while it looks like they're having fun on the slopes, Tyler might not want to trade in the microphone for a set of skis anytime soon.

The country singer and his wife have been posting scenic shots of their family trip at the snowy resort, filled with plenty of outdoor activity. Hayley decided to document one of their adventures on the slopes, sharing a video with fans of her husband gliding down a small hill on his skis.


He holds his own for the majority of the short trek, but Hayley speaks too soon when she champions him with a "you did it!" after which he immediately loses balance and tips over.

"Finishing out the year strong and training for the next Winter Olympics in cross country skiing," the country star jokes in the caption alongside the video.

Hubbard and family are reveling in the final days of 2018 with some well-deserved fun before he and bandmate Brian Kelly gear up for a busy 2019, which includes the launch of their new album, Can't Say I Ain't Country.

"It's a nod of the cap, kind of a throwback, FGL twist on some '90s country — our roots. It's probably our most country record yet," Kelley explains to Taste of Country. "Everything's a little louder, a little bigger. I don't think we've ever repeated ourselves and we love that about it. We've tried very hard and very intentionally not to do that." 

The album drops on Feb. 15 and will be accompanied by a tour.

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