My second stairway was also a tiled one on 16th and Moraga. As soon as you climb the first stairway, you can find this one by continuing right on 16th ave.16th meets Lomita after a few blocks slightly uphill. I climbed this famous staircase and sat at the top for a couple of minutes and took in the gorgeous view. I attempted to take a pic of the view but a lady was being pesky. I had absolutely no interest in her, but she somehow thought I was trying to film her as she was jogging up and down the steps and she gave me the finger. So there is no pic of that scene. I have no idea what she possibly thought I was trying to do.
My third stairway takes you up to Grand View Park, a gorgeous panoramic view of the city and Golden Gate Bridge. After climbing the mosaic tiled Moraga stairway, turn slightly right on 15th avenue until you reach a mini stairway of about 20 steps, then cross the street and the enormous, spiral staircase is just ahead. A plethora of folks stood around taking in the view at the top of Grand View Park. And it surely was a grand view today.
On the south side of the park, they have a stairway built, which constitutes of about 100 steps. This will take you down to 14th ave. I took a left on 14th avenue down the block to 15th. 15th took me to Lawton. After turning left on Lawton, I spotted the stairway on 15th and Lawton. This is a neat staircase, consists of 207 steep steps and takes you down to Kirkham,and is ultimately right next to the first tiled staircase.