The Los Angeles Loop is a 310 mile, 15 segment stair-walk spanning urban Los Angeles County. The 2018 version of the LA Loop climbs just over 33,000 feet as it traverses 474 stair-streets, and 307 stairways that are not stair-streets, for a total of 781 stairways, with 31,167 total up-steps and 8,804 total down-only stair-steps, for an average of 78% up-steps, and 22% down-only-steps [as of 1/5/2019]. The loop is a large clockwise route, starting/ending on Naples Island in Long Beach, in the southeast corner of Los Angeles County. Click Full Overview link above for more information about the loop, and note that each of the 15 Segments, labeled A – O, is a 20 to 21 mile stair-walk that has its own Google map (see link above) and Segment Page (see link below). Also below are the segment statistics, finishers, and the inaugural GPS track poster of the full loop.