Continuing up, passing the foot of the Child stairway (second pic), Lombard to Telegraph Place.
Up to Pioneer Park’s north side, 28 steps from Telegraph Hill Blvd. and Lombard into the park with a paved trail curving around.
52 steps from the midpark paved trail up to the Coit Tower parking lot. This same stairway also continues down to Telegraph Hill Blvd. (pic 3) and from there onto the Greenwich sidewalk steps that descend to Grant, pic 4.
A couple of the old Coit Tower murals (pix 5, 6), these from the main floor where people wait in line for the elevator.
387 steps for the Greenwich stairway from the east side of Coit Tower’s parking lot down to Sansome. Bricked first, then concrete.
Upper Greenwich down to Montgomery: 6, 7, 8, 9.
Lower Greenwich below Montgomery, passing the gardens: 10 thru 15.
From the bench just off the main walk/steps (pic 16), there’s a garden trail you can take that leads back up to the main walk, pic 17.
Down the rest of Greenwich to Sansome: 18, 19, 20.
Over to the Filbert steps now, the next “street” over (south), counted 264 steps for the Filbert from Sansome to lower Montgomery.
But this isn’t all the steps for Filbert. Didn't go all the way back up this time. This eastside stairway continues from lower to upper Montgomery, then the last block climbs to Pioneer Park. There’s another stairway into the park itself when you get to the top of Filbert. Filbert also continues its stairs downhill from the park to Kearny on the westside.
Filbert’s east stairway starts off as concrete (pic 21), is wood alongside the several old (pre-1906) houses and the gardens: 22 thru 26), then concrete again up to Telegraph Hill Blvd. and the park. This whole area is a huge tourist attraction.
Napier Lane, a short dead-end wood boardwalk, also with pre-1906 cottages (except for one from the 1970s that replaced a teardown cottage), is the first offshoot off the wood Filbert steps: 27 thru 31. Would still love to live here, a longtime favorite.
Darrell Place is the second pedestrian-only walkway offshoot from the Filbert steps below Montgomery. This sign wasn’t there when I lived on Darrell years ago, pic 32. It states in several languages that it's a dead-end.
46 Montgomery Street double stairs, Montague to Green, pic 33.
Foot of the Vallejo steps up from Montgomery, pic 34. Used to live here too, top of the stairs, but before the steep concrete slab was turned into a stairway gardenspot.
The sidewalk steps on both sides of steep Kearny from Broadway to Vallejo have a separate name: the Peter Macchiarini Steps, last pic.