From the bridge plaza, a few new steps took me to an improved pedestrian trail, attractive new fencing, and marked paved bike lanes: very well done and it's much easier (and safer) to walk along here now (first pic).
The 153 wood steps that descend from the east end of the Battery East Trail are unchanged (second pic). These curve down to the west edge of Crissy Field at the pier (Torpedo Wharf) and the Warming Hut.
After a pier-stroll, back up the steps to the Battery East Trail where I noticed temporary orange flexi-barriers and Area Closed signs in some spots so as to deter off-trail plant-trampling during the bridge's birthday party on Sunday.
Continued on the paved part of the Battery East to the dirt part along the "Earthworks" to the short low-overhead tunnel with its few steps at either end. Found this attraction unmolested also (third pic). Except along the slopes here are new plantings with accompanying straw wattles and that thick burlappy stuff.
Out to the two picnic tables and up the short-but-steep slope to the aforementioned biker-and-hiker trails under the bridge (fourth pic). Fifth pic: view of Fort Point below. From the west end of this short section, the Coastal Trail continues to the Golden Gate Overlook.
Up the new short overlook stairway that's across from Battery Godfrey this time (sixth pic) where a sign advised of a walking tour. Plopped myself down on one of the new benches for a few moments to watch people climbing all over one of the batteries (seventh photo).
On the #28 heading out of the park, I like looking down at the horses standing around the old stables.