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Nude beaches are for lounging; Nude hiking is for the adventurous

 

Hiking trails are available throughout most mountainous regions.  Do research to find legal trails to do your "free" hiking
Hiking trails are available throughout most mountainous regions. Do research to find legal trails to do your “free” hiking

We’ve all heard about nude beaches, but what about nude hiking?

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Where nude beaches don’t provide much activity, hiking naked can give freedom to outdoor enthusiasts.

Now, we don’t suggest you completely strip down and start hiking Pike’s Peak.  That’s a real easy way to get locked up. But, according to Lizzy Mclellin of the Freddrick News-Post, there are actually specific resorts that offer nude hiking trails.

“Friday marks the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year, the first day of summer and, of course, Hike Naked Day.”

Yes, you read that correctly   National Hike Naked Day.

“Hikers and backpackers nationwide celebrate by hitting the trails ‘au naturale.'”

Many have found that they feel more freedom while being adventurous in the nude.  Take for example this guy (no frontal nudity is in this YouTube video) who did just about every outdoor task he could, while going nude, in Hawaii.

To read more on nude hiking and nude hiking festivals, click here.

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