The latest maps of The Loop are available in print and online.
If you want to know what’s new on The Loop and where you can go that you couldn’t go before, you’ll want a new Loop map.
Did you know you can now travel on The Loop:
- Five miles between La Cañada Drive and Tangerine Road?
- Between Sweetwater Drive and Camino del Cerro and get to Sweetwater Wetlands on the east side of the Santa Cruz River?
- Between the Santa Cruz River Park at Silverlake Road/29th Street and Kino Sports Complex and Kino Environmental Restoration Project on Ajo Way?
You can pick up a new map at the Pima County Bicycle and Pedestrian Program office, 201 N. Stone Ave., 5th floor; Pima County Communications Office, 130 W. Congress St., 1st floor; Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation, 3500 W. River Road; Pima County Public Library branches; Visit Tucson, 100 S. Church Ave.; or local bike shops.
Pima County has been developing The Loop around metro Tucson with links to Marana, Oro Valley, and South Tucson for residents and visitors on foot, bikes, skates, and horses. When completed, The Loop will total 131 miles and connect the Rillito, Santa Cruz, and Pantano River Parks with the Julian Wash and Harrison Greenways.