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Filbert Street Steps information
Somewhere in the middle of the steep climb up Filbert Street Steps to Coit Tower, you might begin to wonder if it’s worth the trouble. Well, take a breather and look around. Already you’re passing hidden cottages along a wooden boardwalk called Napier Lane, sculpture tucked in among gardens flowering year-round, and sweeping vistas of the Bay Bridge. If you need a few words of encouragement, the wild parrots in the trees have been known to interject a few choice words that your gym instructor would probably get sued for using.