Into the park from its east trailhead: 2, 3, 4, 5.
Up the first long main-trail stairway from the eastside: 6 thru 10. This part of the trail is apparently 60% grade, so good thing there’re stairs.
Off the east steps for this trail that ascends to the golf course, 11, 12, 13. This is a longtime favorite berryspot. To me, of course, blackberries are a healthy food, and not an “invasive” to be constantly hacked back so that they get increasingly more difficult to find. I consider wild edible “weeds” as forage-able “gifts” to be grateful for and worth the time and effort to gather.
Back on the eastside steps continuing to the top: 120 steps: 14, 15.
Now down the west side on what I call the "Painted Rock" stairs with its two stone benches alongside: 138 steps: 16, 17, 18.
Up the connector between the Lands End Trail and the El Camino del Mar Trail: 89 steps to the El Camino del Mar Trail, pix 19, 20.
From the El Camino del Mar Trail, a view down to the second Land’s End Trail overlook: 22, 23.
Continuing on this upper trail to the upper parking lot overlook: around 59 steps down to the first Coastal Trail overlook, last pic.