On Miller Ave, I turned right and uphill while taking in good views of the bay. After house 1099, I turned left onto the Bret Harte Lane. This was a total of 84 steps underneath a plethora of trees. This stairway led me to 1100 Grizzly Peak Blvd. I turned right and walked along a flat road for a few minutes and took a sip of my mountain spring water.
I turned right onto Stevenson Ave, as the road turned left, took a right for the Anne Brower Path. I took in a fantastic view of the bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. The steps were located in between 2 houses, a total of 64 steps down.
Depositing down to Miller and Whitaker Ave, I turned left and walked on Miller. At 1160, I found the Stevenson Path and climbed down 142 redwood tie steps. There was a sign that read ''Public Right of Way'' and I thought that was pretty quirky and cool because it gave me this feel that I was entering the unknown. The steps were indeed very steep and the gardens were colorful, filled with decks, yards, and fruits. Now down to Sterling Ave, I went downhill and found the 2nd path, a total of 102 steps.
On Keeler Ave, turned right and after 1155, found the bottom of the Whitaker Path. This was a very gorgeous stairway trail. 136 steep steps and the stairs consisted of redwood steps and rounded stone steps. I kept thinking to myself, this is such a fabulous adventure, finding trails after trails in the neighborhood. I appreciated the fruit trees and herbs.
At the top of Sterling, I headed left and after 1084, found the Bret Harte Road. The bottom of Sterling Path was 34 redwood steps and 45 concrete steps, flooded with berries and plants. After 1070, I found the trail that led me back to the beginning.