… Winding around on Lower Crescent, Crescent, and Sausalito Blvd. (first two pix), passing the top of the lower Cable Roadway stairs (pix 3, 4). Lower Cable Roadway climbs from Central to Crescent. The upper Cable Roadway steps continue up a few yards from here at Sausalito Blvd. where it merges with Crescent. There are street signs.
Next for me this time: Cooper Lane, 120 steps. Cooper descends from Spencer/Sausalito/San Carlos. Google Maps does not show it as a stairway, but does show one of those red markers for its location between San Carlos and Sausalito/Spencer. Cooper does have street signs at its foot and top. Down Cooper (pix 5 thru 13, top to foot).
… And over to the top of Excelsior Lane at San Carlos/Miller (14 thru 18).
Excelsior continues two more blocks downhill as a combination stairway/walk, about 179 total steps; after the first block down turned west this time on Harrison.
Harrison down to Bulkley, 29 steps (19, 20, 21), and on to the top of El Monte at Bulkley, 120 steps back down to Bridgeway (22 thru 26).
Again, El Monte’s not showing up as a stairway on Maps, but you’ll see another one of those red markers if you input the name. El Monte has street signs at the top and foot and is very visible as it climbs up from Bridgeway between shops. See 142 Bulkley on Streetview for the top of stairs street sign.
So you can’t always see them marked as stairways on GM. Some are, some aren’t. Sausalito has to be the best-smelling city on earth: constant nature aromatherapy.