Passing (pic 7) the top of the double Second St. stairways with the center garden, 70-something steps for each.
Southview Park: 8 thru 13
Passing the top of West Court, 103 steps: 14
Continuing to climb, Cable Roadway starts up at Central with 195 steps to Crescent for its first block: 15 thru 21
Round the curve onto Sausalito Blvd. where the second block continues up. Cable Roadway is all steps (with street signs) except for one steep car-accessible block at the top of 93 more steps: 22 thru 28
Turn left on Prospect, a daad-end for vehicles: 29
The Prospect stairs, 204, climb to just above he freeway, the crossover bridge at Wolfback Ridge Road, and the top dead-end of Cloud View: 30, 31, 32, 33
Just ahead is another set of stairs, 45, that will take you down ro Spencer, with constant traffic to and from the freeway: 34, 35
A few blocks straight ahead is a pedestrian underpass and a parking lot. From here you can ascend the delightful Morning Sun Trail up to the Headlands’ Alta Trail. The Morn9ing Sun is part dirt trail, part steps (about 216).
This time, however, downhill a few blocks on Spencer to get to the top of another favorite stairway down to Santa Rosa. No street signs for this at either endf. Careful on winding Spencer; no sidewalks. Traffic MPH is painted on the street itself as “15” but seems to me they go faster than this.
184 steps from Spencer to Santa Rosa. gates off the stairs leading to homes: 36, 37, 38
At Santa Rosa, a right turn soon took me to the top of three-block-long Excelsior Lane. It’s part enclosed walkway, part steps (182) descend to Bridgeway where the foot is sandwiched between touristy shops: 39 thru 42
Last pic - saying g’bye for now from the ferry: