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Abode of the Gods – Tales of Trekking in Nepal

Abode of the Gods – Tales of Trekking in Nepal

Well known travel writer and photographer, Kev Reynolds, shares inspiring tales of his favourite Nepalese trekking adventures in his new book, Abode of the Gods.

A Mountain Kingdoms trek leader for many years, Kev has always been passionate about the landscapes and people of the Himalaya. In this collection of stories he writes eloquently of his first time experiences on some of the world’s best known treks such as Everest Base Camp, the Annapurna Sanctuary and Kangchenjunga as well as lesser-known expeditions into the quiet and remote reaches of the world’s highest mountains.

He writes expressively of the captivating landscapes, the traditional life of the local people and the camaraderie of the Sherpas he came to know and love. Rich in detail and evocative descriptions he brings the mountains, and his enduring passion for them, to life.

Published by Cicerone Press, all proceeds from the sale of Abode of the Gods will go towards the Nepal Earthquake Appeal.

Abode of the Gods encompasses stories associated with eight outstanding treks in Nepal's Himalaya, and Mountain Kingdoms offer guided trekking holidays to six of these stunning regions, including: Kangchenjunga, Manaslu, Annapurna, Everest, Dolpo and Api.

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