There is no genuine record of how many steps. There is a route in Jerusalem which claims to be the steps to Golgotha, and you can take part in a guided walk of it (and count the steps!) but actually, no one knows for certain where Golgotha was.The best theory i have read is that it was on the Mount of Olives. It was probably omitted by The Spirit of God in the Scriptures, to avoid it becoming a "Shrine".
From the lithostratos (pavement), near to where the Church of Condemnation is located, to the sheep gate Jesus carried the cross himself. This is about 350 meters, maybe 450 to 500 steps under the weight of the cross. From the sheep gate to the top of Golgotha Simon of Cyrene carried his cross, following him. To near the top of Golgotha there is about 35 meters, or 70 small steps of ascending the steep slope, yet without the cross. To see a picture of Golgotha, and to read more about the ascent of Jesus up Golgotha, please refer to the link below.
In Jerusalem on the hill called "Golgotha" meaning "skull"
To take a look at the steep south slope of Golgotha, go to the link below.
It matters if you take small steps or big steps
To be successful, there are many steps you may need to take. The most important steps are to persevere and be determined.
4080 steps =)