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All reviews telegraph hill coit tower great workout wild parrots sansome street catch your breath pretty houses take your time well worth the effort worth the climb walk up great walk views are spectacular unique experience take pictures ferry building homes
Wish we had taken this advice to Uber up to Coit Tower then walk down to the steps. The view is worth the hike and the residences yards are lovely. Give yourself time to do the walk because it's about the journey not the destination.
The Filbert steps are a great way to get up to Coit Tower and get panoramic views while walking through lovely backyards. This is a strenuous climb, so do this only if you walk or exercise regularly. Take a bottle of water, take your time...More
We incorporated these steps into our mega workout from Pier 33, having been to Alcatraz, off Filbert and Sansome Rd (near to Levi Plaza). We walked up so as to continue our climb up to Coit Tower. The steps lead up to very pretty houses...More
We had trouble finding the steps, not sure what side to go to find them and signs in the area non existent. We read there were birds in the gardens, but we didn't see any on our visit. Lovely views and worth paying to go...More
Long visiting this "attraction". Well worth the time. I would start by taking an uber or taxi to the top of telegraph hill then walkign down the steps, which is an official "street". Views on the way down are amazing and so are the little...More
Probably the most picturesque section of SF in my opinion. I dont know exactly how many steps to Coit Tower but its a lot and well worth it. You are walking through a neighborhood on a hill that it seems the residents only way of...More
The Financial District lies just east of Chinatown but can seem a world apart given it’s San Francisco’s version of Wall Street. The rush of business people make up a hectic weekday and add to a frenetic pace of life, but visitors who spend a few hours walking the narrow streets will be rewarded with fine examples of historic and contemporary architecture, including the iconic Transamerica Pyramid. After business hours,
bars and restaurants quickly fill up with happy hour revelers. Stocks aren’t the only kind of market being followed, the Ferry Building Marketplace on the Embarcadero is a gourmet food emporium and farmers market that will satisfy anyone working up an appetite.
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Not sure what the address is but if you go to Coit Tower, both sets of stairs are on the street just below I believe. Since that is well known it will be easy to find and then you can ask someone if needed. Also if you are... More
Not sure what the address is but if you go to Coit Tower, both sets of stairs are on the street just below I believe. Since that is well known it will be easy to find and then you can ask someone if needed. Also if you are staying in a hotel they can mark a map for you. Have a great walk!
600 but they are broken into three sections. It is easy to stop on the way and catch your breath if you need to. On the other side there is also Jack Early Park. It has a great vista with both bridges within one view... More
600 but they are broken into three sections. It is easy to stop on the way and catch your breath if you need to. On the other side there is also Jack Early Park. It has a great vista with both bridges within one view point.