At the north end of Levant at States are 44 steps (pic 7) up to Roosevelt, now in the Corona Heights 'hood. Now-green Corona Heights Park is just ahead to the east: pic 8.
Starting on the south side of the park, 100 steps (9 through 12) ascend from the park's west side to the summit rocks (13, 14). Stay on the steps that wind around to the left (north) for the main stairway to the summit.
Sixty-three steps down on the southeast side curve around to the top of the east stairway at a bench (15 thru 18). So what happened to the cool old directional signs that used to be here (rainbow flag, etc.)?
The Slickenside trailhead is nearby, a "challenging" trail that's part steps and part narrow trail. It descends to the tennis courts on the north side of the park (pix 19 thru 21).
Now for the eastside stairway: 130 down to the Randall Museum (live critters). Some of the older wood steps here are doozies (22 through 27).
If park improvements are planned, how 'bout some attention to the steepish, very roughly paved old east trail that leads out of the park down to Flint? This area could definitely use some railinged steps (pic 28).
At short Flint Street's dead-end off 16th, De Forest Way is a super-skinny walkway with 18 steps (last pic) that descends to Beaver. Castro Street's a steep block below.