51 steps up alongside this wall: 15th up to Pacheco, first two pix.
Next over, foot of the Mandalay Lane stairs: 3, 4, 5.
The openspace around Quintara’s 135 steps is now a gardenspot with planting flags all over: 6 thru 9. It starts out as a double stairway and merges into a single.
Now up Radio Terrace (pic 10) that curves round to Rockridge Dr. with Golden Gate Heights Park on one side, stone stairs up to the tennis courts.
Descending on Oriole Way, 97 steps to Pacheco near 10th: 11 thru 17.
Around 10th Ave. at the east dead-end of Quintara is where Golden Gate Heights magically turns into the Forest Hill neighborhood.
Through this very short picket-fenced walkway (pic 18), a dead-end for vehicles, and you’ve got totally different scenery. See between 43 and 51 Mendosa on the Forest Hill side on Streetview. The unique Forest Hills ‘hood (no lookalike tract houses here!) is on the lower part of the tall hill called Forest Hill, at the east foot of which is the Forest Hill Metro Station at Laguna Honda Blvd.
Having now emerged on divided Mendosa in Forest Hills, another stairway starts down at 10th and Mendosa, then to 9th, then to Santa Rita (upper part of the divided street) and San Marcos (lower part) with a unique little stairway dividing the two streets. The stairs continue down to Castenada, 206 steps: 19 thru 28. I've been calling this the "Castenada" stairway.
Last two pix: This stairway-walk (25 steps) descends from Pacheco to Ventura. No street sign. You don’t always see street signs on the curvy streets around here when you’re looking for one; reminds me of Sausalito. See 404 Pacheco for the top on Streetview.