I like a certain walkers' path/stairway between Kensington and Dorchester on the west side of this hill (first photo).
Divided Garcia (second photo) merges into Edgehill Way from the east side.
Seems every time I visit the west side there's some kind of construction going on, and usually involving one of those large brown-shingled residences they've stuffed up on this narrow hill. I do have favorite houses up here but these are not among them.
Curved around past the bear (or whatever it's supposed to be) sculpture/critter wall (third pic) and totem poles on the west side of the hill to the unmarked entrance to forested little Edgehill Mountain Park. This park is steep in places, especially on the east side which could use a stairway up to the street. You'll see an old wooden sign for the park here (fourth photo).
The street here is called Knockash Hill. It leads downhill past newer residences and a church. There's a steep slope above as you descend, at the top of which is the Edgehill Way view-wall area. I've often wished for a long stairway to the wall from this area.
If you want to get up to the view-wall/back to Edgehill Way, then, retrace your steps out the west entrance.
This time continued down Knockash Hill to Ulloa. Between Waithman and Kensington on Ulloa are a number of very short stairways from the sidewalk to the street.
Near Kensington and Ulloa you can't miss the pedestrian bridge over busy Portola that will take you to Juanita & Marne on Mount Davidson where there's a #43 bus stop. There's a stairway up from Portola's south sidewalk also.
Fifth pic: Edgehill Heights as seen from the east side, taken from Panorama in the Midtown Terrace 'hood (Twin Peaks west).