Love to Freehiking

I love most naturist activities, but I think I enjoy freehiking most of all. I've freehiked for the past 10+ years; freehiking was my first naturist experience; The healthy exercise, the feel of the sun and breeze on my bare skin, the beauty of nature all around. Feeling at one with the earth. Freehiking can be a profound spiritual experience. And freehiking with a group is a wonderfully close social experience.

How many other nudist love freehiking? Is anyone else interested in getting together for a freehike in Southern California?

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I do :)

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Always interested. Work getting the way. Some weekdays pop up. Company is always better as long as meeti g new people.

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I love most naturist activities, but I think I enjoy freehiking most of all. I've freehiked for the past 10+ years; freehiking was my first naturist experience; The healthy exercise, the feel of the sun and breeze on my bare skin, the beauty of nature all around. Feeling at one with the earth. Freehiking can be a profound spiritual experience. And freehiking with a group is a wonderfully close social experience.How many other nudist love freehiking? Is anyone else interested in getting together for a freehike in Southern California?

I love freehiking but we only do it when we visit DeAnza Springs in Jacumba. Not that familiar with hiking trails here in So Cal where I could freehike, but would love to join in.

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I have occasionally free hiked in So Cal the past 15 years or so on weekdays in the San Gabriel Mountains near My Wilson or farther east near My Waterman. Great experiences! Happy to continue doing it

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I enjoy free hiking and trail-running (free trail-running?) also. I have a small lumbar pack that holds 1.5L of water and has room for a shirt (when it gets cold), keys, phone, etc... Barefoot or five-fingers depending on the trail.

I have been free-hiking in the Santa Monica Mtn. area for _many_ years, weekdays after work.
I would love to explore the other mountains around SoCal.

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