Pat Lowman on Sea Groove © Edd Reed
Grand, shapely and classic - Pembroke wall climbing at its very best. Yet it's much less trafficked than its close neighbour - this is because, darn it, the best routes are also the hardest ones! The White Tower is home to the incredible wall climb of White Heat, and the infamous testpiece The Great White. The best 'easy' is undoubtedly the lengthy Sea Groove, which flanks the right edge of the Tower.
Approach as for Mother Careys and follow a path east 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 west summit of the tower and down to the sea-level platform.
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