Nudist idea #69: climb rocks with the bare minimum.

It seems naked rock climbing is much more popular than anticipated. While I was doing some research for this post, I found tons of examples of rock climbers enjoying practicing their sport naked.

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Although I tried a couple of times rock climbing with friends who know how to climb, clothes were limiting some movements. I therefore understand why some professional and amateur rock climbers love to get naked to climb., This interview of naked climbers is insightful. I like this quote:

“Climbing takes so much of your focus, you forget you’re naked”

I think this is one of the great thing about nudity. Once you get used to it, it becomes the new normal. You do not think about it, you are just who you are, naked. Another point when you read the interview is nobody was hurt because the climbers were naked. They even met other climbers who did not negatively react to their nudity.

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Rock climbing is one of those many activities that can be practiced naked. Of course, you need to know what you’re doing, ensure that security is top priority and get with people who are expert climbers. Beyond this, you will enjoy the freedom of your naked body and the fact that no clothes will limit your movements. Nudists know nudity is awesome, natural and normal. It’s the best clothing option for many activities, once you realize there’s nothing wrong with being in your birthday suit.

Have you ever climbed rocks naked? How was it? We would love to hear about your experience in the comment section below. As usual, Get Naked, Stay Naked, Live Naked and Share the Naked Love !

2 thoughts on “Nudist idea #69: climb rocks with the bare minimum.

  1. Definitely a fun way to climb! Last time I did it, I set up my phone for video. It’s really cool to watch the body work in all its intricate ways.

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  2. Pingback: 100 nudity ideas to increase nude time and nudist friends | Nu et heureux - Naked and Happy

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