LA Loop Segment Google Maps – Quick Links
The Los Angeles Loop is a 310 mile, 15 segment stair-walk spanning urban Los Angeles County. The loop climbs 38,900 feet as it traverses 479 stair-streets, and 178 stairways that are not stair-streets, for a total of 657 stairways, with 28,007 total up-steps and 10,750 total down-steps, for an average of 72.3% up-steps, and over 27.7% down-steps. The loop is a large counterclockwise route, starting/ending on Naples Island in Long Beach, in the southeast corner of Los Angeles County.
The average segment length of the 15 segments is a 20.67 miles, ranging from 20.0 to 21.5 miles. The set of stair-streets traversed represents well over 90% of total number of stair-streets that we know of in LA County. The few we omitted are isolated or far afield, and not easily included in the route, though we have included options to traverse a handful of stairways that are on the Inman 300, but not part of the main LA Loop.
Each segment starts and ends at either a rail station or bus accessible location to aid those who may choose to use transit, or drive and use transit to return to their vehicles at the end of each segment. Additionally, transit information has been added in the middle of each segment for those what may want to do the loop as 30 half-segments; see the 15 segment maps for details.
This page will serve as the gateway to the sub-pages at bottom, describing all 15 segments in detail, and includes segment stats, and finisher tables, with a table of quick links to all the segment maps, labeled A – O at the top. Additionally, there is a Facebook photo album entitled, Los Angeles Loop Summary, showing the overall Google route map, summary table, the GPS route tracks of all 15 of the segment walks, and finishers table.
Segment Statistics Overview
Official Segment Finishers
Official finishers of the Entire LA Loop
Dan Gutierrez, Pat and Elizabeth Schirmer on 7 May 2017 | Who will be next?
Segment Description Pages
GPS Track of the 2016-2017 Inaugural Los Angeles Loop