Turning the corner on Crescent at Sausalito Blvd. 93 more steps for upper Cable Roadway (289-ish total) and up one steep vehicle street to Prospect, pix 2, 3.
A block or so on Prospect took me to the foot of the stairs up from here: 203 steps ascend to Wolfback Ridge Road, the freeway, and Monte Mar: pix 4 thru 9.
Down 45 steps to Spencer (pic 10) and a couple blocks north on Monte Mar; under the freeway to the parking lot (pic 11). The Morning Sun Trail starts up from here: 218 steps, pic 12.
This beauty alternates steps and a narrow dirt trail, ascending to the GGNRA’s Alta Trail: 13 thru 19. Thru some mud out to Wolfback Ridge Road (20 thru 23), then back down again on the Morning Sun: 24 thru 27.
This time chose Spencer to descend. The long stairway down from Spencer to Santa Rosa doesn’t start immediately. You’ll have several blocks' worth of watching out for cars coming on and off the freeway on this narrow, sidewalkless, curving street until safely descending via these steps: 184 or so, pic 28 (no street sign at either end).
So a few long stairways that will take you up to the freeway and beyond.
Nevada to Rodeo is a steep trudge. Over to Lincoln; a forested area along the road. Around in back of some homes, there was just a chainlink fence with freeway sounds beyond, but no outlet.
From Rodeo, pic 29, down to Woodward.
Marin down to Nevada/Tomales between homes: 30, 31, about 115 steps.
Maple has about 75 steps, old concrete and wood, Woodward down to Bridgeway: 32, 33.
Pic 34: Laurel Lane’s foot. Longest Sausalito stairway found so far at 299 steps. Up from Woodward & Easterby. Laurel's all stairs except for the uppermost block.
Langendorff park’s longest stairway has 52 wood steps; down from Woodward.
Noticed a flight of old wood stairs on Streetview and from the bus, so went to check it out on foot. Up from Bridgeway near Napa, 53 steps to a concrete parking area behind some homes, but it was through. Downhilled again to Bridgeway via the paved driveway.
59 for the main Locust wood stairs; a few concrete ones after a steep concrete slope down. Should’ve been stairs all the way for this one.
Bee Street, pic 35.
A friendly dude on Bonita, last pic.