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Can You HACK It?

[Friday 31 July 2009]

The 2009 North HACK (Hike Against Cruelty to Kids) challenge walk will take place on Saturday 5 September in the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Join other walkers through natural woodlands, valleys, viaducts and gorges and climb the pinnacle of the Ingleborough peak to enjoy one of the best views in England.

Walk back down through picturesque villages, finishing in Clapham, close to the birthplace of one of the founders of the NSPCC, Benjamin Waugh.

The 25-mile circular challenge walk is open to walkers of all fitness levels and stewards will be around the route to help.

The walk must be completed in 12 hours. For more information please contact HACK Appeals Office on 0113 2299 313 or email canuHACKit@nspcc.org.uk.

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