Hiking.org is about the hikes we take – and about the landscapes we can explore at the same time, both inside and outside our heads

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Drawing of a cat and a mouse holding a phone
Drawn updates – Click image to see the illustrated stories
Paul's boots walks on, at the beginning of the appalachian trail. Watercolor by Frits Ahlefeldt
Watercolored updates – click to see the watercolored stories
I like long walks especially when they are taken by people who annoy me - quote by fred allen, illustration by frits ahlefeldt
Quotes  updates – click to see the latest illustrated quotes

Drawings: check out my collection of drawings here

Technology drawings – click image to see the collection
Places, what a place is – click the image to see the illustrations
Man in search light with his arms up
Love and hiking – click drawing to see the collection

About: Read more about Hiking.org here

portrait Frits Ahlefeldt, HikingArtist
Frits Ahlefeldt-Laurvig

Hiking.org is about sketching up understandings and connections between hiking and reality, between the trails, the metaphors, the worlds and the logic of being human. We have been hiking for hundred of thousand of years, roamed the land as nomads, while we slowly created the language, tools, logic and more than anything – the stories, we tell both to ourselves and each other, those stories that continue to create our understandings of what it mean to be human on foot on a small blue planet

Frits Ahlefeldt-Laurvig
Artist and long distance hiker
(and the guy behind hiking.org )