Sunday, December 13, 2009

Winter Freehiking

“In winter, of course . . . I enjoy challenging myself to the experience of hiking this road in the nude - feeling my skin tightening and responding to the cold. When I started around noontime the temperatures where hovering right around 31F degrees, below freezing but surprisingly I didn't really feel the cold . . . As long as I kept moving I felt great. It had been a long time since I'd had a chance to get out and hike nude.” – Rick


  1. I have been following your hikes wuite impressive. I am nude in my backyard in sunny no wind 28F temps but I don't have the courage to freehike in those temps. I guess I wouldn't like to try putting on clothing over hiking boots and falling on my butt! I have freehiked quite a bit in summer in CA and WA near Spokane. I tried hiking with nothing on my upper body in 32F weather and it was alright however when I stopped for a drink I did cover up. My skin was cold to the touch but I was pretty warm. I guess if I could get over the fear of running into another non-nude hiker while out I would be more inclined to try it.

  2. Where do you live Alan? You're welcome to visit PJ and I any time at Olive Dell Ranch in Southern California. (That goes for any others as well.) I've only once met a non-naturist hiker on my freehikes there (a lady on a horse) and she didn't seem to mind at all.

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