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How do you like it?

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  • 0 x It's terrible
  • 0 x It's not the worst
  • 0 x It's average
  • 0 x It's very good
  • 0 x It's perfect
Is it an officially naked place?

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  • 0 x No, just known for being nude
  • 0 x Yes, it's official
Is nudity optional there?

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  • 0 x No, you are expected to be naked
  • 0 x Yes, it's clothing optional
Is the access free of charge?

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  • 0 x No, there is an entry fee
  • 0 x Yes, it's free
Is this place always naked?

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  • 0 x No, only during particular periods
  • 0 x Yes, always
Is it clean?

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  • 0 x Total mess
  • 0 x A bit dirty
  • 0 x Not that bad, not that good
  • 0 x Quite clean
  • 0 x Very clean
How do you like the atmosphere there?

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  • 0 x Very hostile
  • 0 x A bit hostile or hermetic
  • 0 x Neutral
  • 0 x Friendly
  • 0 x Very friendly
Is it crowded?

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  • 0 x Almost empty
  • 0 x Regular
  • 0 x Hard to find a place
It is accessible by public transportation?

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  • 0 x No
  • 0 x Yes
How wild is the nature in this place?

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  • 0 x It's not natural
  • 0 x Natural but maintained
  • 0 x Almost like untouched by humans
Is this place accessible for people with disabilities?

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  • 0 x No
  • 0 x Yes
Is it LGBTQ+ friendly?

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  • 0 x No
  • 0 x Yes
Is it family friendly?

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  • 0 x No
  • 0 x Yes
Is there also a cruising area there?

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  • 0 x No
  • 0 x Yes
Does it have lifeguards?

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  • 0 x No
  • 0 x Yes
Are toilets available?

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  • 0 x No
  • 0 x Yes
Are showers available?

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  • 0 x No
  • 0 x Yes

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Avatar Nerion 2018-06-24

  • English Start: Coronation Park by the lake. South of the CNE's Princes Gate. Meet at 12:00 noon, ride 1pm. Bring water and sunblock, and perhaps a picnic lunch and decorating materials. Coronation Park on the waterfront has always served us well as a picturesque and practical gathering/staring point.

    Route The clockwise route passes many of Toronto's landmarks and popular areas. Highlights include Trinity Bellwood's Park, Kensington Market, University of Toronto, Queen's Park, Yorkville, Yonge Street, Church Street, Ryerson University, Dundas Square, City Hall and the bank towers on Bay Street. The official end is at the Jack Layton Memorial Ferry Docks where some riders depart by Ferry to Hanlan's clothing optional beach while others scoot west across Queens Quay back to Coronation Park.

    We may altar the route slightly to avoid road construction, because someone has a really good detour idea, or just to shake things up.

    Minor Adjustment. When coming down Church, turn left on Carlton to Alan Gardens (turn right) through the park, rest and support another nudity group, then go south through the park turn right (east) on Gerrard. A map indicating this will be handed out.

    Also, we will go through Dundas Square twice. When coming down Yonge St. and you pass Dundas St., then turn left in front of the Hard Rock Cafe. Ride to the first street (Dundas), turn left and then turn left again on Yonge St. This will be the busiest intersection we encounter. The TV station is nearby. Doing it twice was a crowd pleaser in 2016.

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