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Known as the 606, this is a pretty cool activity if you like to get out and walk. Some great views of the city.
Once an abandoned rail line, the Bloomingdale Trail - known to locals as The 606 - is a 2.7 mile elevated trail reminiscent of New York's High Line. The 606 serves as a transportation corridor, a living work of art, and a spectacular new green space for all to enjoy.
Also called the "606". A unique, elevated walking/running trail that meanders through several neighborhoods. Its 2.6 miles with a unique point of view of city life.
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