We turned left on Beacon, then took another left onto Miguel Street. Miguel took us to the end of the block by Bemis. We turned right on Bemis and within about 80 feet we reached the Amatista Stairway. This one was more plain, but did consist of 94 steps. The top of the stairs led us to Everson Street. We continued to climb uphill for a number of minutes and then turned left on Addison. We proceeded into Walter Hill Park and saw a bunch of kids on the playground, playing on the swings and going down slides. We walked up a stairway at the end of the park. It was just 35 steep steps and it led us up to Addison and Diamond Heights Blvd. We walked downhill for a few minutes on Diamond Heights until we saw a lady who recognized the stairway book. She was talking about some of the walks she performed on Mt. Sutro.
Then we climbed up 3 series of stairways on Berkeley called the Onique Stairway. It was 3 blocks long and totaled over 350 steps. It was a brutal climb all the way to the top. But once we got to the top, we took a right on Topaz until we got to Diamond Heights again. We continued down Diamond Heights and then took a left on diamond, and then a right on Beacon. That led us to the Harry Stairway again back to our starting point.