Tucson Loop biking, walk and discover the breathtaking 137 mile CAR-FREE 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! The Tucson Loop is great fun for kids, families and people of all ages! Rent bicycles on TucsonLoop, enjoy great coffee, Tucson Loop Loop parks, dining while taking a moment to savor Tucson Loop art - all ON The Loop!

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  • Accessible
  • Family Friendly
  • Parking Available
  • Location
  • 130 E Congress St, Suite 200-116
  • Tucson, Arizona 85701

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