Edgehill Mountain's 734 feet (224 meters) summit was leveled, and houses were constructed on and adjacent to the summit. Houses were also built on the mountain's western and southern slopes. Serious problems with building on this land began in 1953 when winter rains caused a home to slide down the western mountainside. Edgehill Mountain Park was established in 1985 when the city purchased 1 acre of the mountain's undeveloped western slope and designated the area an Open Space Park.
|Edgehill Mountain, 734 feet (224 meters), is ahead. The picture was taken from Dorchester Way; the view is looking northeast.|
|This is a view of Mount Davidson, 925 feet (282 meters), the tallest hill in San Francisco. This picture was taken from Edgehill Mountain's southern side; the view looks southeast.|
|This photo was taken from Edgehill Way on the northeast side of Edgehill Mountain. Twin Peaks are ahead, as is Sutro Tower; the view looks northeast.|
|This is a view from Garcia Avenue. The large rectangular buildings are part of Laguna Honda Hospital, a sprawling complex constructed in the early 1920s. The hospital's history dates back to the founding of the city. The view is looking north.|
|This photo was taken from Idora Avenue. Mount Sutro is visible; the view is looking north.|
|This photo was taken from Woodside Avenue. In the distance, across San Francisco Bay in Marin County, is Mount Tamalpais, 2,572 feet (784 meters); the summit is sheathed in clouds. The view is looking north.|
|Downtown San Francisco is visible in the distance. Salesforce Tower is under construction, and it already is the tallest building in San Francisco. This picture was taken from Portola Drive; the view is looking northeast. |
The mural 'I Still Have A Dream' is on Twenty-fourth Street in Noe Valley.
|The distance traveled was approximately 4.8 miles (9.1 kilometers). The cumulative elevation gain was approximately 470 feet (143 meters). Mile markers are displayed on the GPS-generated track.|
|This chart shows the elevation changes encountered during this ramble.|
A Panasonic GX7 camera body mounted with an Olympus 17mm lens was used to take these photographs.
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