If you go upward, you will need to be in good shape. It is 1400 feet / 430 meters up at a fairly steep angle. It is not for the out-of-shape or faint-hearted. The trail starts 50 feet / 15 meters east and across the street by Villa Marguerite from the SNCF Eze-sur-Mer station / bus stops for bus 100 to Nice/Menton or bus 82 to the village.
It may be easier to go downhill, but it is still hard work on the knees for the 45 minutes (more if you take it slowly). It is easier to find the path (Beginning of road up to village, just after concessionnaire booth / before next curve with AED / Defibrillator. There are a number of concrete or cut stairs, but do watch loose gravel, and wear sturdy walking shoes with soles and topsides that can take a beating. Nietsche said it was 6000 pied (probably footsteps to take, not "feet" here).
The scenery going down is gorgeous, much of the first half going down following a river's cascades nearby, and then you have the view of the sea and the terraced houses on the mountains around.
The map at the 82/100/SNCF bus stop at Eze-sur-Mer shows another green highlighted path connecting, that would start west of Eze village. See the map in the case outside/west of the bus stop shelter on the south side of the (A8) road.
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