Starting out off Haight, the first short stairway was occupied on the west side so started up on the east with 11 starter-steps.
The next walked was 23 up to asmall, fenced playground: First pic
There were more downhill stairs from here: Second pic
Trudging uphill on one of the wider paved trails, soon came to an older wood one with 134 steps nearly up to the summit: 3 thru 6
A north view: 7, 8
West now to the old stone stairs. 41 to the grassy summit openspace: 9 thru 12
Could use a stair repair here: 13
Down from the summit: 14
Down the south slope now to the top of one of the park’s newer stairways with 170 steps: 15 thru 25
This beauty alternates with E-W trails, some wood, with low walls to sit on. Shady, peaceful.
Walkway circling the park, slightly elevated from the street, and 10 newer steps down to a crosswalk: 26 thru 29
These are only a few of the stairways here. A beautiful park to explore with gorgeous old trees. After reaching the foot of the south side, downhill a few blocks to Roosevelt, curving round to the ramp in Corona Heights Park that descends steeply to States St.
Fortunately the ramp has been left open and accessible. The Randall Museum is getting a huge makeover. The lower part of the park, the part with the tennis courts and kids’ playground, is apparently still open.
Down the zigzag ramp to States in the Corona Heights neighborhood: 30 thru 33