Sutro Tower: From near to far

From Forest Knoll

From Belgrave St.

From Twin Peaks
















From Tank Hill Park


From the south


From Corona Heights




From 5th Ave.

From Glen Canyon Park

From Alamo Square Park

From L0ne Mountain

From Bernal Heights

From Holly Hill Park

From McLaren Ridge

From Potrero Hill

From Bayview Park

From the East Bay (middle)


San Francisco
has 47ish hills within its city (and county) limits. I decided to go walk up each of them. You should, too. But until then, here are some photos, musing and ephemera collected on the way through the city of hills.

*

Why the asterisk? Irish Hill used to stand proud at #39 on the list at 250 ft. All but a 50ft remnant of the hill was demolished and dumped into the bay some time around 1918.


#1 - Mount Davidson
#2 - Twin Peaks South (Noe Peak)
#3 - Mount Sutro
#4 - Twin Peaks North (Eureka Peak)
#5 - Forest Hill
#6 - Edgehill Mountain
#7 - Red Rock Hill
#8 - Gold Mine Hill
#9 - Larsen Peak
#10 - Tank Hill
#11 - Mount Olympus
#12 - Buena Vista Heights
#13 - McLaren Ridge
#14 - Corona Heights
#15 - Candlestick Point (Bayview)
#16 - Merced Heights
#17 - Lone Mountain
#18 - Bernal Heights
#19 - Strawberry Hill
#20 - Liberty Hill
#21 - Parnassus Heights
#22 - Lincoln Heights
#23 - Lafeyette Heights
#24 - Nob Hill
#25 - Pacific Heights
#26 - Presidio Heights
#27 - Dolores Heights
#28 - City College Heights
#29 - Excelsior Heights
#30 - Potrero Hill
#31 - Russian Hill
#32 - Telegraph Hill
#33 - Hunters Point Ridge
#34 - Holly Hill
#35 - University Mound
#36 - Laurel Hill
#37 - Anza Hill
#38 - Washington Heights
#39* - Irish Hill
#40 - Mount St. Joseph
#41 - Polish Hill
#42 - Alamo Heights
#43 - Cathedral Hill
#44 - College Hill
#45 - Sutro Heights
#46 - Mint Hill
#47 - Rincon Hill

 
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