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Hiking Sex Dos & Don'ts

If you were thinking of making one of your Fall hikes a little dirtier than usual, here are some of our recommended hiking dos and don’ts.
September 9, 2021

Ahh, fall time. The ideal temperature for many outdoor activities like camping and hiking. If you were thinking of making one of your Fall hikes a little dirtier than usual, here are some of our recommended hiking dos and don’ts.

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DO:

1. Wear clothes with “easier access” or that are easy to take on and off

Since hiking sex often involves more “quick-paced” sexual activities, think about the clothing you’re going to wear. You probably aren’t going to want to waste precious alone time fumbling with buttons!

2. Consider sex in a tent

Especially if you’re planning on doing some camping, sex in a tent can help to make things more comfortable and private.

3. Bring cleanup items

Sex can sometimes get a little messy so be sure you’re considering the clean-up part too; especially in an open area, like the woods! Think wet wipes, sanitizer, tissues, toy cleaner, etc.

4. Take the path less travelled

Although you may find it thrilling to “almost get caught”, those innocent bystanders didn’t *quite* consent to watching you get it on! All sorts of people (and families) enjoy hiking so be considerate of others.

 

DON'T:

1. Do it directly on the dirt or grass

Doing it down the dirt or grass can be *literally* dirty. Not only for your clothes in terms of stains, but you could also accidentally be introducing bacteria from the world around you into your orifices like the vagina, anus, or urethra.

Pro Tip: Bring a blanket or towel to lay down on top of instead!

2. Forget food & water

Especially when participating in vigorous exercise - which hiking and sex can both be. Stay hydrated and energized out there friends!

3. Litter or leave anything behind

Many forests, trails, and provincial/state parks enforce rules about leaving litter behind. Bring a bag for any garbage like condoms or lube packets and respect nature honey!

4. Forget any toys or lube!

Just because you’re out of the house, doesn’t mean you can’t bring some of your fav sexy items with you for some on-the-go fun! But...maybe don’t bring everything. Consider items that are smaller, discreet, and more travel-friendly.

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