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Naked Hiking book published!

Richard Foley has sent us an email giving details of a book that has just been published. If you know someone that enjoys hiking and being naked at the same time, well this is one present sorted. Anyway, I’ll shut up now and let Richard tell you about the book in his own words.

The Naked Hiking book is now available. All online info and links available directly from the naktiv.net website.

Naked hiking is an exciting and healthy activity which can be enjoyed by everybody, male or female, of any age, almost anywhere. Perhaps you’ve wondered whether you could to it too, and if so how, or where might you begin? Or maybe you are an experienced naked hiker already, and feel like stretching your wings a little further by reading about other people’s naked adventures in the great outdoors. Many people may be surprised to discover that hiking naked in public spaces is fully legal and actively supported in many countries all around the
world. It is also an activity which is practiced by a large number of people in many different locations, from gently meandering around sunny lakesides, to easy rambling across rolling countryside, to the very tops of rocky alpine peaks.

There is also a dedicated Naked Hiking Book Group on the Nook social media network.

This book brings together some of the best writers on the subject, experts in their field, to share their intimate knowledge of naked hiking with you. Included are naked hiking reports, fully illustrated with pictures, from Nicole Wunram (author of “Nacktwandern”), Stephen Gough (the Naked Rambler), Olle Strand (author of “Sol, h?lsa, gl?dje”), Richard Foley (author of “Active Nudists”), Stuart Pitsiligo (author of “Naturist, Red in Tooth and Claw”), and many others. Including over 80 full colour photographs

The book is available to purchase online from Bookfinder4u and Amazon (US).

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2 Responses to Naked Hiking book published!

  • This is a great book for people who hate being fenced in. Three points I found of particular interest I will pass on.
    1) Bernard Boase’s chapter on the downsides of contacting the police to advise them of a (charity) walk taking place.
    2) I only feel truly naked when barefoot. Of course I wear walking boots but page 44 has advice for bare footed walkers.
    3) The chapter ‘Naked hiking in naturist centres’ for those who prefer not to encounter textiles at all.

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