Uphill (left turn) on Twin Peaks Blvd to the “airplane hangar” house (pic 3), and another left on Burnett for a few blocks to the first of two Vista Lane stairways, this one directly across the street from the top of Hopkins. Pic 4 is at about 67 Gardenside Dr. on Google Maps.
The two highest blocks of Vista Lane (251 steps, counting only one of the starter stairways at Burnett) now have street signs. First is at the top of the steps at Parkridge, newly added (not seen on the current Google Maps): 5, 6, 7, 8. Not only the Vista Lane street sign but now a green sign below it with an arrow: “Steps to Twin Peaks.”
The last two Vista flights (a short, pic 9, and a long, pic 10) also have painted on “Twin Peaks Stairway” signs on the steps themselves near the foot.
At the top of Vista (pic 11) at the 74 Crestline stop, signage painted on the street itself (pic 12) directs one across the street to the older wood steps that climb into the park from Crestline (93 steps), trailhead signs at the foot and top of this one.
This trail (13 thru 17) curves along the side of the road; round to the north this time to the main viewplace.
Over to the west side of the park and down the Marview Trail (step over the guardrail). Here's a different view of Twin Peaks Reservoir; water was being pumped into it: pic 18.
The trail encircling Sutro Tower starts at Marview: 19 thru 25.
Didn’t have to step to the side for any mountain bikers this time but one flew by me just as I’d stepped off the trail onto La Avanzada.
Crossing Clarendon, uphill into Mount Sutro’s Aldea housing area and onto the guardrailed pedestrian trail (views of lower trails appreciated from here: 26 thru 30), curving round to descend the Medical Center Way stairway (138 steps: 31 thru 41). Down to the back of the hospital buildings; out to Parnassus to wait for the #43.