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          Miraloma Park : San Francisco Neighborhoods

          Miraloma Park/Mt. Davidson

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          Now: If you live in San Francisco, or have visited often, you have probably seen the wooded hill with the giant white cross peeking out from the top. But a surprising number of residents have never climbed this hill to the top.

          Then: This land was owned during the late 1800s by the ubiquitous Adolph Sutro. The hill became a park in 1929.

          How To Get There: Portola Drive (what Market Street turns into, west of .


          • Tower Market (Mollie Stone's) on Portola Drive in Miraloma Park

          • Creighton's Bakery in Miraloma Park

          • Miraloma Market, near the foot of Mount Davidson

          • Marne Avenue, where it turns into Juanita Way

          • Juanita Way, looking toward Mt. Davidson

          • Steps leading up to Mt. Davidson at Juanita Way

          • Looking down at Juanita Way from the steps

          • Walking trail inside Mt. Davidson Park

          • Inside Mt. Davidson Park

          • Trails in Mt. Davidson Park

          • Trees inside Mt. Davidson Park

          • Trail inside Mt. Davidson

          • Clearing near the top of Mt. Davidson

          • Steps leading up to the top of Mt. Davidson

          • Bench on the east side of the peak of Mt. Davidson

          • View toward the northeast and city skyline, from the top of Mt. Davidson

          • Southeast view toward the Excelsior and Crocker Amazon, from the top of Mt. Davidson



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