75 sidewalk steps climb on both sides of Mariposa up to Utah, starting partway up from Potrero Ave. First two pix: north steps.
The blue pedestrian bridge: 3 thru 9.
The Benches on the San Bruno Ave. side is an even smaller micropark at the dead-end of 18th where the bridge starts. You can walk around inside the fenced Benches Garden: pix 10, 11.
When you get to the west side of the blue bridge (a different color several years ago), pic 12, you’ll see Fallen Bridge Park/18th & Utah Minipark below, extending to where Utah curves around to 18th: 13, 14, 15.
Older houses at 18th near the park: 16, 17.
Slovenian Hall on Vermont near Mariposa, pic 18.
This mural (pic 19) is at the foot of both McKinley Square Park (39 steps for the stairway here) and the Vermont wiggly street near 22nd. When you cross the 22nd St. bridge to the westside behind the hospital buildings, the first streets on the west side of the freeway are also Vermont and San Bruno.
Farther along noticed another pedestrian freeway bridge (between 24th & 25th) but it was locked, unusable. Cars and pedestrians, however, can cross over at 23rd.
I’ve long liked this old corner house on the west side of Vermont at 25th, across the street from an old firehouse, pic 20.
17 steps to start on divided 23rd, 79 in all. At the top of the south sidewalk stairway just before Wisconsin you need to cross the street for the rest of the stairway; out at the corner of a small grocery: 21, 22.
147 steps for the Wisconsin down to Arkansas stairs, pix 23, 24, 25.
On to the 24th St. sidewalk stairways. The #19 Polk bus stops at the foot of these steps at Rhode Island (pic 26). The steps climb to De Haro: 132 steps for the south stairs (pic 27) and 107 for the north stairs (28, 29, 30). The drivable street in the center is bricked. Starr King Openspace is also at the top of the stairs. Attended an enjoyable groupwalk several years ago in this little park.
Last two: Houses on De Haro as I downhilled to the Whole Foods.