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A team of Classic FM listeners trekked 126km across the Sahara desert with full works presenter John Brunning to raise money for Classic FM's charity, Music Makers.
Classic FM presenter John with one of the trekkers, Mari. Trek Sahara was Music Makers' second overseas trek.
Each day the trekkers walked an average of 20km, making the sight of camp every evening a very welcome one.
Three of our trekkers wearing their Moroccan Shashs, designed to keep the sand out, and your head cool.
Blister clinic was held twice a day, helping to keep weary feet going through another day.
6 of our trekkers were from KPMG, fundraising together to support Music Makers.
The team climbed the sand dune, Chgaga, which was 1,000 feet high.
The 33 members of the Trek Sahara Team at the top of Chgaga.
Trekkers' luggage was carried by camels, led by three local cameleers.
A spot of respite under a tree - a rare thing to see amongst the dunes.
Pat was our oldest trekker at an impressive 72 years old.
The finish line was a momentus sight to see on the last day of walking.
The Berbers cheered everyone over the finish line after 126 km of walking.
Sean, Jen, Karan and Rolf from Discover Adventure, the tour operators who led the team, along with Hussain, one of the Berber leaders.
Three of our trekkers were from Norway - Christel, Anne and Pat.
The sun setting on Trek Sahara 2009.