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Photograph: Adam Alexander/courtesy of The Trust for Public Land

A complete guide to the 606

Explore a complete guide to the park, including where to eat, shop and drink off each entrance to the 606

Written by
Brent DiCrescenzo

For years, the Bloomingdale Trail was an unused elevated train line, riddled with weeds and broken bottles. After some extensive renovations, it's now Chicago's very first elevated park: The 606. Connecting Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Wicker Park and Bucktown, the path provides pedestrians and cyclists with easy access to some of the city's best restaurants, bars, music venues and more. Ready to explore? We've put together a complete guide to the very stuff you'll find along the 606.

Things to do off the 606

What to do off the 606 at…

Walsh Park

Walsh Park

The eastern end brings you to Metra, Lincoln Park and the river

Features on the 606