Climbs 14
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 17m a.s.l
Faces S

Pat Lowman on Sea Groove © Edd Reed

Crag features

An impressive slab of rock, including the White Sheet, home to the much-prized Great White (E6 6c). Single- and multi-pitch routes up to 140ft. The rock has a white, glazed appearance - take sunglasses on bright days (which is most of them in Pembroke).

Approach notes

Non-tidal but beware rough seas.

Approach as for Mother Careys and follow E to grass slopes which go down almost to sea level, then rise in a pinnacle, joined to the coast by a grassy saddle. Go through a notch in the W summit of the tower and down to the sea-level platform.

Rockfax App

Available in the Rockfax App

The Rockfax App brings together all the Rockfax climbing information with UKC logbooks and presents it into a user-friendly package for use on Apple iOS devices (Android version to follow).



The famous Pembroke Rockfax has returned with this glorious full-colour version packed with classic routes and all the wonderful features that you have come to expect from Rockfax. It is now twice the size of the old 1995 book and has some of the biggest and clearest photo-topos that have ever been published in a UK guidebook.
More info
More Guidebooks:
Pembroke Vol 5 - Stackpole and Lydstep (2012)

Out of print:
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1SacklessE1 5b 23
2Petit BlancE2 5c *34
3Dog NobblerE4 6b *5
4Killer WhiteE6 6b ** 
5White HeatE5 6b ***35
6The Great WhiteE7 6c ***5
7Sea GrooveVS 4b **299
8Left-Hand CrackVD 1
9Right-Hand CrackHS 4b 1
10MungaVS 5a 1

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