Returning home


Log. 31. Aug. 2018 – The feeling of being back home after a hike illustration

Meeting yourself


Hiking Logbook 15. August 2018, In a glimpse on the trail, a thought flicker through my mind – could it be, was that me?

Boulder elf and landscapes of imagination


Logbook 11. August 2018 – Landscapes can open doors to worlds of imagination, and suddenly you can start to see small strange creatures on the boulders and hear their music in the wind

walking as feelings


Logbook 9. August 2018 – Sketches of different styles of walking tell a lot about us, not just how we feel at the moment but also in a much larger time frame

Leave no Trash


Leave No Trash – How we might get better at keeping the trails clean

One step at a time


Logbook note 31 Dec. : “It is better to take many small steps in the right direction than to make a great leap forward only to stumble backward.” (Old Chinese Proverb )

Landscapes of understanding


Logbook 17 Nov. 2017 If trains where free for musicians, when my feet turns the other way around, and trees talk Text and drawings by Frits Ahlefeldt, Hiking.org I’ve been drawing up thoughts and understandings today, wondering about things like trains, feet and sunsets, while sketching watercolors of what-ever came to my mind: Here are … Continue reading Landscapes of understanding

Walking in darkness


Walking along a small stream, in the darkness of a muddy reality night, with a back-lit GPS enabled device

Teatime at the wishing well


Things that might trigger wishful thinking Text, thoughts and watercolors by Frits Ahlefeldt To get closer to what wishful thinking is I have looked at a number of classic places and ways to engage in wishful thinking. From sending things out in the universe, to watch shooting stars, throw coins in wishing wells, hang out … Continue reading Teatime at the wishing well

Elves hiking


Glimpse of one of the elf creatures along the trail

Paths and storylines


Research note on the possible connection between storytelling, trails and walking ( and Bruce Chatwin’s songlines )

Troll hiker


Hiker troll, sketching up some of the more amazing hiker types you can meet on the trails