Nudist idea #30: Organize naked hikes


OK, you may say it’s really close to the nudist idea #3: Hike naked. And you are somehow right. However, there’s a difference between hiking naked on your own and setup a naked hikers group, and organize some cool naked hikes with those friends.

Image result for naked hikingFirst, you need to gather all your naked hikers friends. You need to agree on a date, and finally you need to agree on the trail you are going to hike. Not everybody has the same physical capabilities, and you may need to find the right consensus so everybody feels welcome.
One thing you may want to check is that everybody has the right insurance coverage in case anything happens. You are not a professional organizer, just a bunch of friends hiking together, but security first!

Image result for naked hikingThen, of course, you need to ensure you are not breaking any laws. There are some part of the world where nudity is a big no-no and totally unlawful. In others, it’s accepted and you’ll be able to hike naked without any questions. Just get informed and inform your group. The last point to decide is what to do in case of other hikers encounters. As a group, you will probably want to stay naked, but for respect of others, and to avoid causing distress, particularly to children, you may ask everybody to keep a cover-up handy, so you can “get dressed” quickly if need be.

Then on the D-Day, enjoy the friendship and the healthy sweat of a joyful naked hike! Share your experiences and comments below.

Get Naked, Stay Naked, Live Naked and Share the Naked Love!

Photo by Nicholas A. Tonelli, Top Mountain Trail (1), CC BY 2.0


  1. Thank you for another great post. I take issue with one comment. You advise people to take some sort of cover-up, which is sensible. But you say “to avoid causing distress, particularly to children”. Children are the least likely to be distressed. They may ask the question: Mummy, why is that person not wearing any clothes? It’s the parents who are more likely to be distressed because they are embarrassed about nudity, think their children need to be protected from it (sad families: I grew up in a family that was comfortable with nudity at home, if only in the bathroom) and cannot explain it to their children. It’s the adults who need the education, after naturalness has been brainwashed out of them.

    • 100% right Richard. You’re spot on. Kids won’t care if their parents don’t care or are oblivious to your nudity. So, it’s much about not causing distress with families who may not be comfortable with nudity.

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