Social media trend sees hikers stripping off to pose for nude photos at the top of Australian mountain
West Australia’s third highest peak and sometimes sees a dusting of snow – but that’s not stopping hikers from stripping off for nude and topless selfies after reaching the summit.
Bluff Knoll in the Stirling Ranges is proving to be a new hotspot for daring naturists, who are posting images of themselves to social media with little or no clothes on.
The summit boasts impressive 360 degree views, but that’s not all walkers might be copping a view of.
The peak, which is just over an hour from Albany, is about 1,099 metres above sea level and takes about three-and-a-half hours to climb.
News of the daring selfies comes as tourists were warned by the New South Wales government they face the prospect of a $300 fine for taking a selfie at the infamous Wedding Cake rock.
Last year experts said the bleached precipice is likely to collapse within 10 years, and prohibited thrill-seekers from taking photographs on its sandstone ledge.
Read more – Source: Daily Mail