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Climb Everest Naked

Commune with nature on the peak and strip with attitude

Winter NaturismWinter NaturismSkinny dipping is a guilty pleasure of mine - there's something sacred about communing with nature in the all together. Being naked on Everest probably holds the same appeal for offbeat hikers  - fresh air and a quick strip-down - how can you do *that* and not feel alive?

Last year a Nepali hiker climbed to the peak, unzipped and celebrated with his very own naked dance. Government officials weren't amused. They are, in fact, shocked and dismayed and want stricter regulations. "I would assume that concern for one's own Johnson in negative ten degree temperatures would be discouragement in itself, but apparently it isn't," says Ang Tshering, president of Nepal's Mountaineering Association.

Naked climbing isn't new though. According to Hank Wangford, journalist for The Guardian, famous British Winter NaturismWinter Naturismmountaineer George Mallory went cheeks up when he climbed in the 1920s. And there are entire societies dedicated to friction-free mountain climbing - who knew?

Considering some high-altitude streaking? You might frighten other hikers away, but think of the privacy. Or audience depending on the shape you're in...

What's next? Having sex at the peak? Probably been done already...

Where's the best place you've ever streaked?

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The reason officials were so upset was that the mountains are sacred. What seems like a funny stunt to some is actually very disrespectful. People should be aware of the culture where they go.

You go girl!! Lots of snow and really cold here, but not sure I'd do THAT!! Too much. Summer dippin, sure, but winter, no way!! I'll wait til it's warmer. The outside freedom here on the hills is pure exhiliration ... I'm with you!!

Hot Damn!! Looks like fun. Great legs, too!! ;>)

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