More berries found here than elsewhere in the park. Ate some juicy ones out of hand and continued up the trail that's just below the stilthouses on Turquoise (third pic), so as to climb out of the Canyon via a short stairway to Turquoise: next two pix. This time instead of continuing up the 65 or so more steps to Amber, stayed on Turquoise all the way (maybe two blocks) to where the Coralino stairway starts up at Amber and Turquoise (this can all be seen on Google Maps).
Coralino turns to the left partway with its top at Cameo near Duncan (eighth pic: view from near the top). Another right to the street sign for Amber and Duncan near Diamond Heights Blvd. took me to the Police Academy garden called "The Little Red Hen," open to walk through. Hadn't seen it since it was first starting (a little more than a year ago) and it's now got some of the most healthy veggies and flowers I've seen yet, including a bed of fat ripe strawberries.
It's behind the very noticeable St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, with the Diamond Heights Shopping Center nearby. Usually climb up from the Canyon on its trail-with-steps (about 86) to Christopher Park near the shopping center, or else come up the hill from the south side through or past Walter Haas Park.
A short but curvaceous route from Diamond Heights Blvd. (at Gold Mine) on the #52 Excelsior (since I only had a four-minute wait after I left the Safeway) down through Glen Park. Some streets on the way down: Diamond, Berkeley, Hiliritas, Conrad, Arbor, Sussex, Surrey, down to Chenery and the nearby Glen Park BART Station, my starting point today.