Kev Reynolds: Remembering the man with the world's best job
Fond memories of Kev Reynolds – writer, photographer, journalist, lecturer. An inspiration to many, and a wonderful friend. So many stories, here we have pulled together a few threads from articles and videos illustrating Kev's life.
To view all Kev's guidebooks follow the link at the bottom of this page.
Kev's earliest explorations abroad explored this wild and beautiful mountain chain...
Kev's deep knowledge of the Swiss Alps accumulated while living and working in the Engadine. His explorations continued throughout most of the Alpine chain...
Kev never stopped being enchanted by the wonder of the worlds highest peaks and the friendship of the Nepalese people...
England's mountains, paths and trails
From his home in Kent, Kev explored far and wide...
Diaries and reminiscences
then came the pandemic...
During the Covid pandemic, Kev turned to writing poetry as an outlet for his thoughts and frustrations. One of the most touching is 'The Promised Land', while others like 'The Dog's dilemma' revealed Kev's wonderful sense of humour. During this time he even wrote a tongue-in-cheek guidebook for a tour of a Lidl supermarket (although Cicerone had trouble with the mapping)!
Thank you Kev. Rest in peace.
For Kev’s online remembrance book see Kev Reynolds | Online Condolence Book (rememberancebook.net)
For a listing of Kev’s books, see Kev Reynolds | Cicerone Press
For a full obituary, please see Kev Reynolds
- British Walking
- International Trekking
- International Walking
- World's Mountains
- Southern England
- Alps cross-border routes
- Pyrenees and France/Spain cross-border routes
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