Turned right upon ascending to Contra Costa Rd. In the meantime, admired views of the bay and took some pics (pic 3). The next stairway was a doozy but fortunately a descend downwards. After house 6201, found the Upper part of Arbon Path. 132 steep steps down. This stairway had rails (some broken) and was divided in many groups of 7 or 8 steps at a time. Crossed the street and found the continuation of Arbon Path (photo 6). 66 steps down.
Landed on Romany Way. The traffic started to pick up subtly on this street. Turned right, kept on going for a bit until the road veered left on Crossroad and I found the Veronica path (photo 7) just passed Crossroad. 52 steps up. Landed on Mathieu Rd. Crossed the street and ascended up 21 steps (photo 8) to land on Acacia Ave. I turned right for a short block and admired the fine homes and impressive views. Turned right on Golden Gate Ave. Found another stairway (pics 9 and 10) named the Gondo Path. The Gondo Path is a short little path with some steps but it had a certain charm to it.
Landed on Contra Costa Rd. Walked uphill and to the right. Stayed on the right when it met an intersection. Took some pics of some homes and gardens (11 and 12) and found the next stairway after house 5991. Dropped down 77 steps (pic 13). Crossed the street and found the continuation of the stairway (pic 14). 48 steps down. Upon descending to the bottom of the stairway, A UPS truck driver asked me from his vehicle, how many steps the stairway was. I presume that he has seen folks come down previously.
Turned left and just over about a hundred feet found the Belpath Path. (pic 15) 76 steep steps up. Then crossed the street for the upper path. (pic 16 and 17) Beautiful and it was 71 steps up. Turned right on Contra Costa Rd. Took some photos (photos 18, 19) and enamored the view. Arrived at the first stairway of this walk once more, the Erba Path. Took a photo (pic 20) of the homes from the stairs, then climbed down 80 steps.