"I have a great time with Holly," Csincsak told People.
While Csincsak said he's not "really focused on dating" since his engagement to Pappas ended in November, he added there's a definite connection with Durst -- who failed to receive a rose from Matt Grant following a two-on-one date during The Bachelor's twelfth season last spring.
"We're both from Ohio, we both have a lot in common, and I think that we both really enjoy hanging out with each other," Csincsak told People about Durst.
The ski weekend also apparently doubled as a The Bachelor franchise reunion, as other former The Bachelor: London Calling and The Bachelorette fourth-season suitors partook in the fun, according to Csincsak, who was responsible for organizing the event.
"It was awesome, man, and it was cathartic," he told People. "We all got to catch up, chit-chat about how things have been. It was cool, because we all had the same experience, and there's nobody else out there that can understand what we went through except for the guys that were on the show."
Csincsak added he especially enjoyed the male-bonding with his former fellow The Bachelorette bachelors.
"It was like we never left," he told People. "I love those guys, no matter whatever we're doing -- be it drinking beer, playing cards, skiing, snowboarding."
In addition, Csincsak said Pappas -- who served as The Bachelorette's fourth-season star after The Bachelor's eleventh season ended with her rejection by Brad Womack -- was never a topic of conversation between the guys.
"Believe it or not, we really didn't talk about her," Csincsak told People. "It was just a guys' weekend, and we spent more time throwing the guys that didn't show up under the bus then we did talking about her."