At the top, another steep block to the east dead-end of Mangels for a hike in the Sunnyside neighborhood.
At Baden there’s a south entrance to Dorothy W. Erskine Park: 4, 5
And a west entrance out of the small park, around to the Glen Park side near Bosworth.
Revisited two small gardenspots. The first is entered off Teresita and there’s a way out at the foot of it to Verna. 19 steps: 6, 7
The second is entered off Melrose, with the sign “Melrose/Detroit Botanical Gardens” visible from the sidewalk. Same as it used to be with no way out to Detroit (above the stairway), and no stairs for this little garden: 8, 9
Sunnyside Playground’s west entrance is off Foerster.
Heading east uphill for the park’s main stairway. The stairs, railings painted blue some years ago when the park got a makeover (pic 10, 2005), alternate with a paved walkway. 36 steps to the top of the second flight with 64 total out to Melrose: 11 thru 16
To the top of the Baden and Joost Street Minipark that starts down from Mangels where some years ago a small older house collapsed. There’s still a vacant lot here. This is a narrow stair-park down to Joost with 55 steps: 17 thru 23
West a couple of blocks to the top of Detroit, Mount Davidson’s longest stairway at 185 steps down to Joost: 24 thru 30
Down from Joost is a north entrance to the Sunnyside Conservatory with 36 steps: 31 thru 38
These next were taken in 2005 before the Conservatory renovation: 39, 40, 41
From 2009, with then-mayor Gavin Newsom in attendance, at the Conservatory reopening party: 42, 43, 44
13 steps down to Monterey out of the park: 45
145 Circular: 46. 47