The Filbert Steps are the part of Filbert Street that runs between Battery Street and Telegraph Hill Boulevard in North Beach

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San Francisco Urban Hike: Coit Tower, Lombard Street and North Beach

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...d North Beach neighborhoods. Ascend the Filbert Steps for a close-up view of lovely Coit Tower. Walk up the world-famous...

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Filbert Steps, San Francisco

The Filbert Steps are the part of Filbert Street that runs between Battery Street and Telegraph Hill Boulevard in North Beach.

The Filbert Steps are the part of Filbert Street that runs between Battery Street and Telegraph Hill Boulevard in North Beach. The steps end next to Coit Tower, and offer a scenic ? though some what strenuous ? route for visitors of the tower. In fact, following the steps is at times faster than driving to Coit Tower due to the high demand for relatively few parking spots near the site. Visitors of the steps will see public gardens, stylish homes and views of North Beach and the bay; if a path is not gated or specifically signed with 'No Trespassing,' then it is most likely public.


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About Filbert Steps

 Filbert St, San Francisco, CA, USA

Filbert Steps and Nearby Sights on Map

Filbert Street

This is one of the very steepest streets in the entire Western Hemisphere

The Octagon House

Dating from 1861, this eight-sided house with its cupola top, dormer windows, and roof lanterns was built in the belief that such octagonally shaped houses promote healthier living

Russian Hill

Francisco Street

This block contains twelve spectacular mansions in a variety of styles

Haas Lilienthal House

This is an 11,500 square foot Queen Anne Victorian, built solely out of redwood in 1886 for William Haas

Ghirardelli Square

It was officially declared a city landmark in 1965, and today it's still possible to view the remnants of the old chocolate-making machinery there

Lombard Street

The title of the 'crookedest street in the world' belongs to a one-block section of Lombard Street that contains 8 hairpin turns along Montclair Terrace, created to reduce the hill's natural steep slope

San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

The park consists of the Hyde St Pier and the fleet of historic ships moored there, the Maritime Museum, Aquatic Park, and the Municipal Pier

Spreckles Mansion

This white 'Beaux-Arts' limestone mansion was built in 1913 by sugar baron Adolph Spreckles

Polk Street

These five blocks form the heart of the Russian Hill neighborhood district