Naturist Rambler from West Midlands. Any routes titled Naturist are suitable for naked or clothed walking, but please be aware that some of these start/finish on main roads or in pub car parks so dressing will be required for part of the walks. See my notes for each walk. Any routes that have "Test" in the title have not been fully walked and confirmed as a suitable route.
Start outside The Bell Inn on the village green. Need to be dressed through the church, along the back of the school and across the first road. You can undress as soon as you are off that first road. You possibly need to dress for the 700m stretch of Perry Mill Lane up to the T junction but once over the stile back can stay undressed again until you get to the end of the woods opposite the Church in the village centre.
September 23, 2020
Park opposite Canwell Caravans, London Rd, Canwell, Sutton Coldfield B75 5ST
walk a couple of hundred yards northwards along the grass verge of the busy A38 and 50 yards after the "Streetley/Adridge" road sign turn sharp right on the path into the copse. At this point you are able to undress and stay undressed until you reach this point again.
There are two very short sections of the walk on the country lanes, but these are so quiet you should be able to stay undressed.
June 28, 2020
Start at the Highwayman Inn on the A417 between Cheltenham and Cirencester. Within 100yds you can undress and then stay undressed for the full walk until you are back in sight of the pub. There are quite a few climbs but the walk is very scenic
June 23, 2020
Starting point is The Star Inn, The Green, Thrussington, Leicestershire, LE7 4EH
The Walk is an easy 6.1 miles with a few small gradients. There is plenty of parking near the Star Inn. Walk up Regent St to the top and follow the gravel track around the left hand side of the large house. The path is just a short way up there. Up to this point you will need to stay dressed. Once on the path you will be able to undress and stay undressed until you reach the village of Hoby. You will need to dress for the village but once you are off the roads, back on the country path and have passed the children’s play area and into the field behind, you will be able to undress again. You can stay undressed until you reach a short wooded section just before Thrussington, where you will need to dress again before passing the old cottages in Back lane and up into the village.
September 24, 2020