There aren’t many better things to do in spring than welcome the return of warm weather with some nude recreation. If you live in Southern California, or plan to visit in early April, one of the best ways to do that is at the 7th annual Bare Burro nude 5k race at Olive Dell Nudist Ranch – on the 10th of April.
It’s become a very popular event, attracting over 300 runners,
who challenge themselves on a run through the foothills surrounding Olive Dell Ranch near Colton, CA – just check out the aerial footage above! It’s a challenging course over dirt roads and trails, beginning and ending at the clubhouse and pool area. It’s become a favorite with several running clubs including the Los Angeles, Long Beach and Palm Springs frontrunners – meaning that there is some very spirited competition and highly competitive finishing times. It’s also popular with those who prefer a more leisurely pace, including some who use it as a great reason to do a 3.1 mile naked hike in the hills.
After the run, all of the facilities of Olive Dell are open for the day. There’s a big swimming pool, huge jacuzzi, lots of lounge chairs and deck space, restaurant, refreshments bar, showers, and for those with extra energy – a chance to continue to hike and run the local hills.
Awards are presented to top finishers in all age and sex categories, with special plaques for the top three finishers overall.
Everyone is welcome! Runners range from around 20 to over 80. Men, women, gay, straight, singles, couples, anyone looking for a fun day of nude recreation with several hundred similarly minded people.
Registration is open on site at the Olive Dell Ranch or online. It’s $30 through March 31, $35 through April 9 and $40 if you register on-site and race day.
Here is a promo from the last year, but keep in mind that the date was different!
PS This is a guest entry from Don/Things To Do Nude/
7 thoughts on “Bare Burro – 5k running race in SoCal”
All so far away!!! 😦 Good to see! Enjoy!!
Damn. I can’t believe I have to miss this! I have other commitments… Next year!
I have run the Bare Burro three times, finished 1st in my age group twice. It’s a difficult run. But the solidarity one feels with the other runners, and the exhilaration of running in the buff are unmatched. The whole Olive Dell community comes out to help put on this well-organized, fun event.
did you run it this time too? how did it go?
Reblogged this on clothes free life and commented:
Bare Burro 5k looks like an expertly run event
How was Yoga?