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f6B+ - Where there's Muck there's Brass

Forest of Dean Bouldering Circuit f6
Where there's Muck there's Brass is found at Huntsham on the Rainy Day Buttress (Far right of the buttress, traverses left and up 'A Boulder for a Rainy Day).

This one is probably a Marmite problem (as the rock here is loose) but a great, varied set of moves on not too bad holds. Crossing pockets and pebbles and sloping bulges.

Start on the pebble undercling and pocket below, traverse left on the rounded shelf to a technical set of moves on a finger pocket and pebbles and then down onto the bulging shelf of 'A Problem for a Rainy Day'. Finish up this.

'A Problem for a Rainy Day' description:
Start on the low shelf (pictured) and traverse left slightly, then make your way up with techy climbing through to a finger pocket and up to a brief spell of pebble pulling. From here make your way to the obvious jug out right to finish. 
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