My first stairway was a revisit to the famous Dipsea Steps. Dipsea is known to be one of the biggest races in the world, annually, and it starts off on the well known 678 steps. 3 segments. I did the first two today. Started off on Cascade Way and behind Old Mill Mark, ascended up 313 steps. Turned right on Millside Lane. Marion Ave spits in two. Took left side. The second part of Dipsea is known as Ocean Way. 223 stairs. I climbed down all the way to the bottom of the first stairway.
Turned left on Cascade and meandered for a bit. Turned left on Waynewright and up the steep hill. Before the road turns right, I spotted the McGlashen Ln Stairway. Now this stairway is very intriguing. It's wooden, embellished in the forest, very long, and it zig zags. 168 total stairs. Climbed up. I would say this stairway reminds me of the stairway in Turtle Hill, San Francisco. The stairway I'm talking about is the spiral stair that ascends up to Grand Park.