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running trail with fantastic views of the neighborhood and an incredible park for toddlers (Walsh Park) at the end of the trial.
Repurposed railroad turned walk/bike trail. Brings together art, history, design, and trails for all.
Biking / walking trail through Logan square and buck town. 2.7 miles. Stop by ipsento coffee, small Cheval, lots of parks and observatory
If you like to walk, this is a fun outing for you! This is a garden walk on an old elevated train track through a couple of fun neighborhoods.
Grab and bike or scooter and cruise the 606 bike path which takes you from logan square to west town with lots of little places to stop take pictures and enjoy the views.
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