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Stairway Walks in San Francisco Paperback – December 1, 2010
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For locals, the 27 walks cover the entire town from Glen Canyon to Lands End to Potrero Hill. No matter how long you've lived in San Francisco, I guarantee you'll see great spots you've never been to before.
Most of the walks are well off the beaten path for visitors, but a couple cover the classic tourist areas of North Beach, China Town, and Telegraph Hill. The Russian Hill North walk, done on a sunny day, will have anyone believing San Francisco is the most beautiful city on earth.
Adah provides maps, directions, and a great deal of color commentary for each walk. She tends to focus on eccentric details of the local architecture and flora for each walk, lending a whimsical quality to the whole experience.
Two last things to keep in mind. First, because the views are such a big part of these walks, Adah's trips are much better in good weather than in bad. Second, Adah is sometimes a little loose with her directions; I recommend cross checking the directions and the map often.
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indispensable resource for those who want a unique close-up encounter with the incredible diversity of San Francisco's neighborhoods! And... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
A terrific book of cozy stairway walks in San Francisco. Fun to explore each one.Published 9 months ago by Michael Roy
Great routes for walking around the city. We often visit San Francisco and like to walk and so we've taken many of the stairway walks and always enjoyed them! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Nevada City CA
Seems very useful, looking forward to doing many of the walksPublished 12 months ago by Mark Lonergan