Yes, it is possible to enjoy walking in the countryside of Southern England in the nude, and SOC has established a number of walks on which sunshine and gentle exercise may be enjoyed without the encumbrance of clothes
The walks are held on working days to minimise the chance of meeting others, and all the routes have been carefully researched. Most start and end at a pub as a refreshing drink before starting and a sociable meal to end a day in the fresh air is included. Cars can often (but not always) be left in the pub car park. Most of the walks are 10 to 12 miles in length, and the pace not too demanding. Stops for sunbathing over lunch and a snack at tea time are normal if the weather permits, and you will need a rucksack to carry food and particularly something to drink. A pair of shorts which can be slipped on quickly is essential, as we may meet other walkers and the route might pass within sight of a house.