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This trail was put together nicely, it reminds me of NYC’s High Line trail. It’s cool how cities turn abandoned places into accessible public parks & fitness areas. The trail was about 3 miles long and had some nice greenery, benches to sit down, bike...More
The 606 is a disused railway consisting of a central concrete walkway with cushioned side sections for runners. It’s lined by plant/shrubs and is a pleasant walk. It does get very busy with walkers, runners, roller bladers and cyclists. Pay attention to them as they...More
The 606 is a 2.7 mile skinny park on a former railroad right-of-way running through several northwest neighborhoods. The park was created as a result of the gentrification of the area and has caused an acceleration of that gentrification in neighborhoods at its western end....More
Walked the 606 both ways on a hot afternoon. Whilst it’s not Manhattans HighLine, is doesn’t claim to be - same concept ( reclaimed train line made into a walk) this one goes urban to suburban.
It’s great! Clean and safe, gives you a nice...More
Almost 18 feet above street level. We walked about 2 miles. It's an elevated park similar to New York's the High Line. Plenty of unique art installations along the way. Great way to spend the day. Try Mindy's Hot Chocolate
I had heard of this rail trail for a while and had been wanting to go. My friend and I walked the whole thing while hopping off to find some fun treats like Margies Candies and delicious Small Cheval burgers and being able to get...More
If you are traveling to Chicago, get off the beaten tourist “path” and go to the 606. Get on at Damen and walk west to the end. I like to go at 5 or 6pm as the weather starts to cool down. Turn around at...More