The "official" list was sent to me by the Seattle Department of Transportation, but they cautioned that it was still in draft form. You can download my Excel file with our corrections. The list does not include all the public stairs in parks or schools. We added many stairs to the list if they were open to the public and (in our opinion) they were "cool".
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The stairs are also on Google maps; you can click on the links below to see one of the regions:
If you would like to browse just the photos, they are on Picasa.
Here are some other related sites:
CommunityWalk. This is a map of the stairs with more than 100 steps, found by Doug Beyerlein. He also has a web page with stairs from other cities.Seattle Stairway Walks. This is a page by Jake and Cathy Jaramillo. They have written a book about stairways in Seattle which was published in 2012.
An informative site by Thomas Horton, an architect with an interest in history of stairs: Queen Anne stairs.
Here is a link to a TV report about two people who climbed all the stairs in 2010.A story in the Seattle newspaper about climbing the stairs!
A video from KOMO news about our stair map, which was on TV on March 8, 2011.