Type: Sport, 75 ft
FA: Darren Knezek
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Shared By: Darren Knezek on Jun 11, 2009
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Honey Dipper is a unique climb for this part of Rock Canyon. It's gently overhanging and could produce quite the pump.
For some weird reason it reminds me of License To Thrill in AF. A great route to wire and stay in shape on.
It's unique because in the quartzite section of RC, there isn't an .11c that's this long and a slow pump builder.

A lot of the climbs on The Jobsite are named after terrible jobs. A honey dipper is the person who sucks up the crap out of outhouses and septic tanks.Sure sounds sweet though.


12 bolts and anchors.


Darren Knezek
Darren Knezek  
Bill Boyle bolted this climb years ago. I just cleaned and redpointed it. And I didn't glue any holds back onto the climb. Feb 19, 2011
James Leavy
Provo, Uah
James Leavy   Provo, Uah
Rad climbing for the entire thing, though over the roof it is still a little chossy. Mar 15, 2015
Brody Smith  
The route honey dipper is an amazing route that I didn't fall in love with. After pulling the roof you enter another world while headed to the chains, you are far from the ground and feel the wind all around you, a beautiful moment there at the top. Apr 8, 2015
Logan Bradford
American Fork, UT
Logan Bradford   American Fork, UT
For those trying to locate the start of this, the belay station is up at the top of the green pile of rock, to the left of the "cave." If you're coming from the left side of the wall (where the 5.7-8s are), you have to go down and around the green rock, scramble up that bit and then anchor yourself into the wall for belaying. Look for the cemented holds. BTW, this route is every bit deserving of every star it gets. Mar 11, 2017