This could be the description of climbing at Homer’s:
But it’s not. It’s the description of the Ouray Ice Festival’s 2010 route.
“It began with a steep but short "sit-start" section of M7 that led to an icy slab. A nearly holdless squeeze chimney above brought competitors to a balancy rest and re-belay. Higher still was the headwall, a 50-foot section of blocky, overhanging rock speckled with ice globules and capped by an overhanging ice ledge that led to the top of the gorge and the finish point.”