The 606

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The 606
Rising nearly 18 feet above street level, the 606 (which takes its name from the common numerals for all Chicago ZIP codes) serves as a 2.7-mile elevated park and trailway for cyclists and runners, while also connecting neighborhoods through the reuse of an old industrial rail line and re-purposed bridges. Visitors can access the attraction through 12 points (approximately every quarter mile), and once you’re on, a collection of temporary and permanent art exhibits, lush greenery, and city sights will deem it difficult to exit. When you are finally ready to break away, you’re bound to end up somewhere good — access points serve the neighborhoods of Wicker Park, Bucktown, Logan Square, and Humboldt Park, meaning a post-walk bite and beer at one of the city’s best is just seconds away.
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Chicago, IL 60647, USA
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