Discover The Tucson Loop
Bike, walk and discover the breathtaking Tucson Loop shared use path, which winds through the picturesque unincorporated Pima County, charming Marana, delightful Oro Valley, vibrant Tucson, and eclectic South Tucson. Enjoy why USA Today named The Loop the number one bike path in America!
Tucson Loop Interactive Maps
Use our interactive map for the entire Tucson/Huckelberry Loop or select specific sections. Use the top left corner legend to pin mark restaurants, bathrooms, water stops, restaurants and more. You can even use our animated maps and video taking a self-guided Tucson Loop tour.
Are electric bikes legal on The Tucson Loop? Where are restrooms and water stops? Where can I stay or camp on The Loop? Best places for cycling? Best restaurants and coffee shops? TucsonLoop.org has you covered!
Take an amazing 360 degree aerial drone tour of the 137 mile car-free Tucson Loop. Pick your favorite Loop section, then click on the sub sections. Control the imagery, rotating the view north/south and east/west. Some of the most spectacular views are The Canadal Del Oro Trail and Julian Wash. And we love The Rillito River. Enjoy!