The most compelling reason that I have found though for hiking in the nude, is the ease of sliding into that magical zone of existence while naked. As my freehiking buddies… #freedom #magic #naked Source: Magical zone – RFI Publishing
I totally connect with this. Hiking nude is exhilarating and it’s true that I connect with mother nature more wholesomely. I’m a birder and photographer and there is nothing better than combining my enjoyment – naturism, hiking, birds and photography – even if I still have to wear several kilos of equipment. As long as that’s all I have to wear…
NUDISTS from the Scottish branch of British Naturism enjoyed their first-ever naked mass walk to Morag’s Fairy’s Glen, a local beauty spot on the Firth of Clyde, at the weekend. Julia Horton was invited to observe the historic inaugural walk. Source: Nudists enjoy first-ever mass naked walk followed by Burns in the Buff supper at Scottish beauty spot – […]
This explanation of the code of conduct for naturist hikers is concise and clear. I haven’t seen it published, and if it isn’t, it should be.
As naturist hikers, Mrs. Buff and I subscribe wholeheartedly to this code: cover up when meeting members of the public appear to be uncomfortable and when authoritatively instructed to do so.
I NOTE your article about British Naturism’s planned naturist event in Dunoon (“Nudists face wrath of the police as mass naked ramble is… Source: As naturists, we are law-abiding and happy to cover-up when required (From Herald Scotland) “Stephen Gough is not a British Naturism member and does not follow our code of conduct regarding […]
For my second Nude walk in the woods i decided to get down to brass tacks. No fanny pack, just me, my clothes, a mp3 player, my car keys and one e-cig. And most of all, no grand expectations. Its amazing how good walking can feel when you are in a good mood, and the […]
So some of you may be wondering why i didn’t write about the first nude walk in the woods that i took earlier. To be honest it was something of a pyrrhic achievement. The problem with first walk was the fact that i had not vetted the trail completely. I was nervous, and i had […]