From the Forest Hill Metro station, crossed Dewey to ascend Edgehill's Pacheco stairway (second pic: 27 steps, directly across from the much longer Pacheco stairway that climbs Forest Hill), continuing on the short trail at the end of the stairway up to divided Garcia (third pic: looking back at the Grand Pacheco).
Up 10 more steps to upper Garcia, continuing east this time to Knockash Hill (this is the name of the short street), near Ulloa, to access Edgehill Mountain Park from this side. This side of the little park has an old wooden sign; the other trailhead doesn't. It's peaceful and sun-dappled here with a few benches and one main trail (fourth pic).
Out of the park at its east end onto Shangri-La Way (fifth pic). This very short street (no street sign seen for this) turns into Edgewood Way after a few yards where the "critter wall" Guardians of the Hill reside (next three pics). Passed a view-to-die-for home with a "Sale Pending" sign on it and nearby major construction of another high-home.
Headed east again to visit the view-wall that's above the park, Mount Davidson Park's northside forest trees across and busy Portola below (next two pics). The low wall has a black-barred safety fence along part of its length, with a sign advising Fall Danger, Keep off the Wall. At the end of the fence is one of my favorite houses up here. To one side of the house, the shady road heads west above the park and below the backyards of a few homes.
From Kensington down to Dorchester, west of the park, is a concrete walkway that includes a couple of short stairways, cross-streets Granville and Allston. The path can be clearly seen on Google Maps, where it's called "Pub Park" (last pic).