Midcrest Way is above the trail/Blvd. (pic 2) and Glenview's rooftops below as one continues. Re a recent newspaper article, I can't see why anyone would object to this trail. It's not all that close to Glenview and makes it safer for hikers and joggers to get up to the park this way. Pix 3, 4, 5.
Used to mainly climb up Midcrest to its vehicle dead-end where there's a park entrance (pic 6), and back down that way as well, but like the new trail more.
At the end of the new trail are around 22 widely spaced steps (pix 7 through 11). The top of Midcrest is a short distance to the right in pic 10.
Took my usual route up via another flight of widely spaced steps, directly across from Midcrest's dead-end, old and sometimes steep (40 steps, pics 12, 13), to the part of Twin Peaks Blvd. where one can access each of the peaks via more old wood steps. All steps in the park, including up and down each of the peaks, are old, wood, and sometimes steep. Noticed a new dirt, stepless, steepish trail nearby.
Pix 14, 15: Noe peak's south steps start up from Twin Peaks Blvd.
Pic 16: Eureka peak's south steps up from the Blvd.
Crossing over to the west side of the Blvd. (Midtown Terrace/Sutro Tower/Mount Sutro side, pic 17), saw that some bushes have been cleared away on this side too, so now one can walk on a trail just over the guardrail like one can on the east side.
Heading back down again, the east side (pic 18) has long had a trail here, all the way to the main overlook. The stairway down to Crestline where the #37 Corbett/Twin Peaks stops (the #74 Crestline stop) has about 93 steps (pics 19, 20, 21).
At the bus stop is the top of the first flight of the long Vista Lane stairway (about three blocks) that descends to Burnett. Last two pix: Vista Lane's top flight down from Crestline.