My intent was to do the Mile Rock Beach stairway (about 262 steps), and so I did, down and back up again to the main Coastal Trail. Spent a few minutes walking on the rocky, secluded beach at water’s edge (always get caught by waves and get my shoes wet) and sitting on a log, in no big hurry to climb up again. About halfway up, a sandy trail leads off the main stairway; continued a little way along the cliffedge trail here (second pic taken from above, looking down at the foot of the stairway).
The next stairway was the Painted Rock (138 steps: third pic). This is the one with the two stone benches alongside the stairs.
At the top of the Painted Rock, veered off (south) onto my favorite berry trail for a few minutes before continuing down the eastside steps. The steps here (around 116) are both wood and concrete.