Then the stairs start, a couple more flights not shown on Google Maps. They’re through stairways though, easily seem from the street, but no street signs: 2, 3, 4, 5
The last flight has been improved from when I first discovered it several years ago: It turns at the top at the side of a home. Then you continue uphill a short distance to Cazneau. Bee: 6, 7, 8
At Toyon Lane, stopped my ascent at the top of the last block of Laurel Lane, the only part of it that’s vehicle-accessible, pic 9, 10
Down to the top of the longest Sausalito stairway I’ve had the pleasure to climb: 300 steps.
136 steps down is a single wood bench.
The foot of it is at Woodward. Laurel Lane’s stairs: 11 thru 21
Locust has 59 all-wood steps down to a super steep street, at the foot of which are a few more steps: 22 thru 26
Meandering, enjoying: 27 thru 32, and back to the ferry landing: last one.