This route is in the middle of Reese's Pieces and can be identified by an overhanging bulge down low leading to steep face climbing and ultimately a pointed roof.
A bouldery start gets you off the ground and to the first bolt, which is noticeably far left from the rest of the bolt line. It's probably best to unclip the first bolt after you clip the 2nd to reduce rope drag. Steep but juggy climbing takes you into to the roof, which takes a bomber cam placement and requires reaching high for the jug or slithering around to the right to surpass.
6 bolts, #0.75 Camalot needed to protect the roof crux,
2 bolt anchor up top.
BETA PHOTO: Route detail for Beaver Creek or Bust.