Zac Efron Spends Christmas by Hiking Shirtless

The 30-year-old actor takes to his Instagram account to share a picture of himself putting his body and mustache on display while going on a hike.

AceShowbiz - While people usually spend Christmas by enjoying dinner with family and friends, %cZac Efron% decides to take a different approach. The 30-year-old hunk took to Instagram on Monday, December 25, to share a picture of him going on a hike.

In the snap, Zac could be seen looking away from the camera while putting his shirtless body and mustache on display. The actor also rocked a black scarf headband. He captioned the pic, "May your holidays be epic. #happyholidays," adding a Christmas tree emoji.

May your holidays be epic. 🎄#happyholidays

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Looking at the picture, fans of Zac immediately took to the comment section to gush over him. A fan jokingly said, "How come I didn't find Zac underneath my Christmas tree like that lol," while one other asked him to "shave that chest it looks dusty man."

Zac also took to Instagram Stories to share more pictures of his hike that day. One picture was a selfie of himself donning a white shirt and a black backpack. In another snap, the actor could be seen squatting down near the edge of a gorge, covering his headband with a black cap that has pink birds on it.

@zacefron #zacefron

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In other news, the former Disney star is currently busy promoting his latest movie "The Greatest Showman", which is scheduled to hit theaters across the U.S. on December 29. During a recent interview with co-star %cZendaya Coleman%, Zac revealed the most difficult scene that he had to shoot for the movie.

"Even though there's all this crazy trapezing aerial stuff that we've done, for some reason we made it happen and it worked really good. So I'm going to go with the first day being the most dramatic scene. Literally my first day shooting was, like, tears and hospital beds," he shared. "It was more just stressful than hard. It was like, 'What the hell, right off the bat, this is what we're doing first?' "

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