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(Anonymous)
ultimate gear list on 05/30/2005 16:30:36 MDT Print View

for what kind of trip? name criteria--3 season overnight, 3 season multiday? etc.

David Hicks
(Chaindoggydog) - F
Hike naked on 05/31/2005 13:00:11 MDT Print View

Skin out weight 0 grams The only thing is a dab of 100% deet no bottle just the lotion.

Ben 2 World
(ben2world) - MLife

Locale: So Cal
But What About on 05/31/2005 14:18:41 MDT Print View

all the visual pollution you're creating for everyone else out there?

David Hicks
(Chaindoggydog) - F
there is none on 05/31/2005 17:29:43 MDT Print View

Its not polution if most people desire it.

Kim Skaarup
(skaarup) - F

Locale: Cold, wet and windy Scandinavia
Stealth hiking at nighttime on 05/31/2005 17:40:07 MDT Print View

Naked+100% DEET =
Only travel at nitetime in the moonlight.
That way you wont be seen,:-)
Sleep at daytime deeeep in the forest.

Anyway its funny and very interesting to travel at nighttime. On an easy trail and in moonlight its quite possible.

jacob thompson
(nihilist37) - F
Nature hiking on 05/31/2005 17:50:16 MDT Print View

My friends and I do a bit of naturist hiking during the summer. Sometimes the local groups go out for bushwalks as well. Usully we try and stick to trails that are not very popular due to difficulty levels. I've never had a problem yet. I travel in the day and use my bandana to cver up if need be. I also sometimes hike in a loin cloth. I was always raised as a naturist and have never really seen a problem in it. It would be nice to have 0oz skin out though.

Al Shaver
(Al_T.Tude) - F - M

Locale: High Sierra and CA Central Coast
Hot Spots on 06/27/2005 04:45:21 MDT Print View

As a man I would add a couple of dabs of body glide for those "chafe prone" areas.

Dale Wambaugh
(dwambaugh) - MLife

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Re: Nature hiking on 10/24/2005 13:30:58 MDT Print View

You guys must not have nettles in your area!

Ryan Corder
(demo) - MLife

Locale: Arkansan in Seattle
Re: Re: Nature hiking on 10/24/2005 21:25:45 MDT Print View

no kidding...nettles suck, doubly so in certain areas I would imagine.