Naked Hiking in the National Park – Coronado National Forest
National parks may be secluded areas where nude hiking is entirely possible – even common. Of course, we must be careful not to offend the visitors, they do not appreciate nudity or who may still dial 9-1-1 to report the activity. But if you chose an area where nude hiking usually occurs, hikers are likely to encounter the naked like you.
If you are among the many that like to get-back-to-nature to find a remote (spelled private) area where you can take your clothes off and meander au Naturel through the open lot hidden places around America where you can make this happen.
Unlike in Europe, the American puritanical instincts make it harder outdoor nudity in the United States, but one of my favorite hiking spots found naked Tanque Verde Falls. This has been a popular naturist area for years.
Tanque Verde just east of the city of Tucson, Arizona, the Coronado National Forest. After leaving the pavement, a dusty road takes you into the park, and an area where naturists take it all off. While I would not recommend it, not some visitors to hike naked in the parking lot of the popular places.
Warning: Tanque Verde Falls is a narrow canyon. The north end of the canyon, rocky terrain flattens out and becomes a giant funnel that feeds the sudden rains in the canyon. After a heavy rain (which is rare Tanque Verde also), the water level to rise rapidly, and few people have the strength to swim with the currents. There are reports of hikers who swept to their deaths by an unexpected surge. So a quick exit route plan before you become sleepy days of sunshine.
as we go into the canyon, the first naturist area where the waterfall is located. The dry season, the rocks about 30 feet high. So these are the location of waterfalls where the water reaches the mountain snow melt or heavy rain falls upstream. Otherwise, there is usually a sandy beach or large, flat rocks to sunbathe. This area is the easiest to achieve and frequented straight singles and couples.
Gays and lesbians are usually about half a mile hike up the canyon area over the following well-trodden paths Tanque Verde Falls. Descending from the main road is not difficult, but it is a steep downhill and showing recovery after demanding the canyon hikers tired exposed to the hot sun.
After reaching the river, off the clothes – túrabakancsunkkal on hold. (I suggest that an old pair of canvas walking shoes because you may have to wade through a pool of water one foot deep.)
This area is like a Garden of Eden in the middle of the desert. Just be sure to pack water, maybe some beer or wine. And do not forget a sandwich or snack. No services found.
Have a good time. But beware of the dangers of nature. I've looked a rattling rattlesnake, and once nearly stepped on a hissing Gila. We can observe white frogs, beautiful song birds and birds of prey, and of course lots of saguaro cactus including desert plants and flowers.
There is a winter tour!