My favorite part of this hike was towards the end. Witnessing all kinds of animals including geese in a home alongside a path. The thing I love about East Bay Walks is there always seems to be something unusual or interesting next to these stairs or paths. My guess is that proud neighbor want to decorate their backyards for the walkers.
Started on Claremont and The Uplands. Was surprised to see that the 36 stairs on The Uplands was closed off. I trudged up anyways and headed right on Hillcrest.
''The Steps'' is the name of the stairway on Hillcrest. 65 steps down.
On Eucalyptus Rd, headed right and in a loop until reaching Hillcrest Rd again.
The tennis court is Across the street from is the Crossways. 49 steps plus a path to lead me to Roselyn Court.
Turned left onto Chabot Crest, left on Manor Crest, and then left uphill on Raonoke Rd. There are a plethora of massive homes on this road.
Made it back to The Crossroads again and there is a path just across the street from the first Crossroad. Took that downhill until landing on the Uplands.
Turned right and walked on for a block. Parkside Road reaches a dead end and there is a green park, nut I passed it and turned right on Parkside.
The ''cutoff'' features about 70 stairways and glamorous plants. After the culmination of these steps, just turn right for a bit and the ''Oakridge'' Steps are next. These 125 steep steps bring you up to a fine view of San Francisco and the bay.
Turning left on Oakridge Rd brings you to Oakridge Path. I saw ducks and roosters on this path, it was intriguing and I left a video for you.
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