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I'm researching SF's hills, names and locations. I need to find information resources. Thanks.

-- Val Golding (, November 30, 2002


You posted this at 8:55, didn't you? Here is a list with the Sean M. Hall seal of quality:

Telegraph Hill

Russian Hill

My favorite, Mt Davidson

Bernal Heights

Nob Hill

Golden Gate Heights

Laurel Heights

Presidio Heights

Pacific Heights

Twin Peaks

Petrero Hill

College Hill*

Those are a few.

Hope this helps.

*Only a small portion of College Hill remains. It was cut by the Bernal Cut (see the picture).

Oh yeah. Diamond Heights

-- Piano Man (, December 01, 2002.

Oh yeah

Mt Sutro

Rincon Hill*

*I don't consider it a hill.

Mt Sutro is adjacent to Twin Peaks, Rincon Hill is by the Bay bridge.

The rest is up to you.

Go to It's much better than Google.

-- Piano Man (, December 01, 2002.

Bernal Hill's official site is a good resource on that particular hill. I am still searching.

Thank you.

Wait, why am I thanking YOU? Whatever. I guess it IS good to see someone with an interest in SF history. That's why I created TSFFC.

-- Piano Man (, December 01, 2002.

How about this:

-- Piano Man (, December 01, 2002.

This map shows Telegraph and Russian Hill. Russian is on the right, Telegraph is on the left.

-- Piano Man (, December 01, 2002.

Pacific Heights is by Pacific street and Alta Plaza Park.

-- Piano Man (, December 01, 2002.

Actually, my favorite is Parnassus (spelling?) Heights, where I was born.

-- Piano Man (, December 02, 2002.

No hang on a minute, I think I like Telegraph better. Apparently Telegraph was originally called Sunset Hill. I'll send you a link when I get one.

-- Piano Man (, December 02, 2002.

I just love all the hills of sf! I sell realestate hear and would love to get more information about all the wonderful slopes and curves our great city offers! And if anyone out there ever needs help buying or selling in the city --Let me know -I'd love to help! Homes on Hills by Hendel

-- hendel (, June 20, 2003.

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