I started up high on Spruce St, and walked downhill towards the Acacia Walk. I couldn't really tell if the Walk was public or for the residents, but nonetheless I walked up the steps which were 34. Meandered along the following short dirt trail with cypress trees and then climbed 4 more steps to the sidewalk.
Landed on Craigmont and then headed left for a block or so until I reached the North Path. This was 70 steps and a very interesting staircase because of all the multiple landings and the fact that it was pretty narrow, yet legitimately steep. Ascending up the sidewalks of Euclid Ave, then took 7 more steps above the sidewalks to cross the street and then trek left.
For half a block or so I kept trekking on Euclide until I reached Grizzly Peaks Blvd. Took that for a short distance, then turned left on Rosemont Ave, passed Creston Rd. Rosemont Ave led me to Vistamont. There were many Japanese expressions on the houses on this street, plus a hilly background, with a lot of trees. At the end of the block was
Kept trekking for a full block until I reached the Vistamont Trail. Had about 7 wooden steps, then a small trail that led me to a gravel walkway. Noticed abundant gardens and trees, kept trekking until I reached Woodmont Ave. Woodmont Ave had a lot of nice houses and one mysterious tree house at 640.
The road finally flattened and I reached Rosemont Ave again. This time I meandered back to Grizzly Peak Blvd. Instead of going back down the Acacai Walks, I headed down the Acacai steps, which was just left of it on Craigmont Ave. The Acacai steps were my favorite of the day. 88 handmade steps, eventually some redwood ties. A lot of purple flowers. It reminded me of the Old Pemberton Steps in San Francisco.