Long Beach Loop Segment Google Maps – Quick Links
Segment Description Pages
The Long Beach Loop is a 60 mile, 4 segment stair-walk circumnavigating the City of Long Beach. Besides the stairways and ped bridges, the route also takes in many sights and neighborhoods that are not as well known, while also exploring many of the popular attractions in the City. The loop climbs TBD feet as it traverses 50 stair-streets, and 107 stairways that are not stair-streets, for a total of 163 stairways, with over 3,000 total up-steps and over 2,600 total down-steps, for an average of 53% up-steps, and over 47% down-steps. The loop is a large clockwise route, starting/ending at the transit mall in DTLB.
All 4 segments are close to 15 miles long. The route traverses ALL of the stair-streets in Long Beach. Additionally, other useful or interesting stairways that are not stair-streets are also included in the route. The route also visits most of the parks in the City, 62 in total, as well as traversing 30 pedestrian bridges and tunnels.
Each segment starts and ends at either a 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.
This page will serve as the gateway to the table of quick links to the 4 segment maps at the top, and segment sub-pages, labeled A, B, C & D, describing all 4 segments in detail, are below the quick links. This page has segment stats, and finisher tables. Additionally, there is a Facebook photo album entitled, Long Beach Loop Summary, showing the overall Google route map, summary table, the GPS tracks of all 4 of the segment walks, and a finishers table [which are not yet complete, until we walk all 4 segments].
How to receive website credit for completing Segments:
Some kind of proof that you walked a segment is required for you to be officially credited with completion in the segment finishers table. So please provide a GPS track of your walk. This can be done on your phone with a GPS tracking app, like Runkeeper, MapMyWalk, Galileo, and/or others. When you complete a segment, please send me a screenshot of your route track, and I will add you to the segment finishers table below.