Diamond Heights, Fairmount Heights & Glen Canyon Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"The Diamond Heights neighborhood was built on 325 acres of craggy, hilly terrain after World War II, when federal redevelopment money became available for construction. A range of modest to luxurious homes, town houses, apartments, and condominiums were built, trees were planted, and stairways were constructed. Diamond Heights is bounded by important corridor streets, including O’Shaughnessy, Portola, Clipper, and Diamond Heights Blvd., and by the 300-foot-deep Glen Canyon Park, which separates it from Miraloma to the west and Glen Park to the east."