Chicago

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    City Description

    The 606, a 2.7-mile park built along abandoned railway tracks, is perhaps the newest and quickest way to stroll through several Chicago neighborhoods. Other top choice walking spots are set along Magnificent Mile, a 13-block stretch of Chicago’s premier commercial district on North Michigan Avenue or along Lake Shore Drive, bordered by 15-plus miles of green space, beaches, Lake Michigan and a mix of parkland, skyscrapers and luxury apartments.

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    Walking Route

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    2018-02-24
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    • Distance 5.33 miles
    • Time 1 h 45 min
    • Steps 10662
    • Speed 3 mph
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    Points of interest on this walking route
    • Bloomingdale Trail
    • Humboldt Park Beach
    • The 606

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    City Description

    The 606, a 2.7-mile park built along abandoned railway tracks, is perhaps the newest and quickest way to stroll through several Chicago neighborhoods. Other top choice walking spots are set along Magnificent Mile, a 13-block stretch of Chicago’s premier commercial district on North Michigan Avenue or along Lake Shore Drive, bordered by 15-plus miles of green space, beaches, Lake Michigan and a mix of parkland, skyscrapers and luxury apartments.

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    Walking Route

    This is a Google Map describing a walking Route in Chicago

    2018-02-24
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    • Distance 5.65 miles
    • Time 1 h 54 min
    • Steps 11302
    • Speed 3 mph
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    Points of interest on this walking route
    • Maggie Daley Park
    • Milton Lee Olive Park
    • Lake Shore Park
    • The Magnificent Mile

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    City Description

    The 606, a 2.7-mile park built along abandoned railway tracks, is perhaps the newest and quickest way to stroll through several Chicago neighborhoods. Other top choice walking spots are set along Magnificent Mile, a 13-block stretch of Chicago’s premier commercial district on North Michigan Avenue or along Lake Shore Drive, bordered by 15-plus miles of green space, beaches, Lake Michigan and a mix of parkland, skyscrapers and luxury apartments.

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    Walking Route

    This is a Google Map describing a walking Route in Chicago

    2018-03-17
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    • Distance 5.47 miles
    • Time 1 h 47 min
    • Steps 10944
    • Speed 3 mph
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    Points of interest on this walking route
    • Bird Observation Tower
    • Dunes
    • Camp Ground

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    City Description

    The 606, a 2.7-mile park built along abandoned railway tracks, is perhaps the newest and quickest way to stroll through several Chicago neighborhoods. Other top choice walking spots are set along Magnificent Mile, a 13-block stretch of Chicago’s premier commercial district on North Michigan Avenue or along Lake Shore Drive, bordered by 15-plus miles of green space, beaches, Lake Michigan and a mix of parkland, skyscrapers and luxury apartments.

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    Walking Route

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    2018-03-17
    • Distance Instructions
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    • Distance 4.94 miles
    • Time 1 h 53 min
    • Steps 9880
    • Speed 3 mph
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    Points of interest on this walking route
    • Lover's Leap Outlook
    • Eagle Cliff Overlook
    • Pontiac Canyon

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    City Description

    The 606, a 2.7-mile park built along abandoned railway tracks, is perhaps the newest and quickest way to stroll through several Chicago neighborhoods. Other top choice walking spots are set along Magnificent Mile, a 13-block stretch of Chicago’s premier commercial district on North Michigan Avenue or along Lake Shore Drive, bordered by 15-plus miles of green space, beaches, Lake Michigan and a mix of parkland, skyscrapers and luxury apartments.

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    Walking Route

    This is a Google Map describing a walking Route in Chicago

    2018-03-17
    • Distance Instructions
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    • Distance 6.21 miles
    • Time 2 h 1 min
    • Steps 12422
    • Speed 3 mph
    • Min altitude 0 ft
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    Points of interest on this walking route
    • Sawmill Creek
    • Argonne Park

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