Type: Trad, 105 ft (32 m)
FA: Don Harder, Donn Heller
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Shared By: Lizzy Trower on Jan 26, 2006 · Updates
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Another Index classic.
Godzilla is the crack/corner system immediately right of City Park (5.13c), a fairly obvious landmark.

P1: (5.9) Start in a shallow right-facing groove/face, just right of being directly below the obvious City Park crack. Climb up and trend left to the big flake at the start of the main crack/corner system. Continue up the obvious right-facing corner-crack system and then traverse left along some ledges up to a bolted belay/rap station.

There are several variations to this pitch.
Bottom: (10b) Start further left, climb the City Park bolt ladder.

Middle: (10a) Right after the flake, go straight up into the corner instead of laybacking out right.

Top: Move left early. There are several points to do this.

You need a 70m rope to rap down from the belay.

P2: (10b) (AKA "Leaping Lizards") - Move right from the anchor, clip a bolt, right again, then head up a crack to a v-slot with a pin and another bolt. Step right (3rd bolt) and stem/mantle to the chains.

From here, there are also pitches that go further right to the top of Natural Log Cabin and the base of Salad Fingers.

P3: There is a third pitch. Please tell if you've done it, and we'll update this info.

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Standard trad rack to 3", bolted belay/rap station