NSPCC invites adventurous walkers to trek for charity.

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If you're tough, fit, love travelling, and hate the idea of an organised tour where you are ferried from luxury hotel to luxury hotel by air-conditioned bus, why not join one of the treks organised by the NSPCC -- and raise money to stop cruelty to children at the same time. The charity has several treks organised throughout this year to locations from Peru to Tanzania to the Far East. Participants are guaranteed amazing experiences, but shouldn't expect an easy ride.

In September, trekkers will head out to Tanzania with a choice of either a high altitude hike to the 19,340ft summit of Kilimanjaro (top right) or a 120km trail through the Great Rift Valley and Serengeti Plains (below right). In November, the participants on the NSPCC Bangkok to Saigon cycle ride will become the first western group to travel on two wheels 450 miles from Thailand to Vietnam via Cambodia.

Those taking part in the treks will pay the...

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