The Stairway Walks of San Francisco

See why Tony Bennett had it right when he sang “I left my heart in San Francisco – High on a hill, it calls to me…”

The views from our stairway walks give you a completely different view of The City. From Corona Heights you’ll see breathtaking views of downtown, and the fog rolling in over Twin Peaks. You’ll go past the fictional Barbary Lane from Armistead Maupin’s “Tales of the City” in Russian Hill and get so close, you’ll practically be able to feed the famous Parrots of Telegraph Hill.

Get your steps in and discover your new favorite view. Trust us, the view is definitely better from the top!

Corona Heights Stairway Walk – Climb the Corona Heights Hill, stroll through Buena Vista Park, and discover Mount Olympus, taking in some of the most spectacular views of San Francisco from above the Castro.

Russian Hill Stairway Walk – Walk through bucolic lanes, national historic districts and beautiful natural spaces. See where Willis Polk lived and worked, and discover a beautiful example of the Octagon House movement.

Telegraph Hill Stairway Walk – Uncover the colorful history of Telegraph Hill on a mile-plus hike, featuring incredible Bay views, hidden neighborhoods, and the famous parrots that call it home.

If you’re local (or aspire to be one), don’t forget about the Golden Gate Heights Stairway Walk offered seasonally in May and October.