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Illinois

City description

The Windy City and its surrounding areas make for a great place to reach a daily 10,000-step goal. The city’s 606, a 2.7-mile park built along abandoned railway tracks, is perhaps the newest and quickest way to take in Chicago’s neighborhoods. Other top choice walking spots are set along the 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.

Walking route

This is a 11364 steps walking route in Chicago featuring The 606. The route passes by 4 points of interest and would take roughly 138 minutes to walk.

2021-05-30
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 5.68 miles
  • Time 2 h 17 min
  • Steps 11364
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 591 ft
  • Peak 610 ft
  • Climb 157 ft
  • Descent 157 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • The 606
  • Park No. 567
  • Humboldt Park Beach
  • Humboldt Park Lagoon
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City description

The Windy City and its surrounding areas make for a great place to reach a daily 10,000-step goal. The city’s 606, a 2.7-mile park built along abandoned railway tracks, is perhaps the newest and quickest way to take in Chicago’s neighborhoods. Other top choice walking spots are set along the 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.

Walking route

This is a 10966 steps walking route in Chicago featuring Magnificent Mile. The route passes by 4 points of interest and would take roughly 133 minutes to walk.

2021-05-30
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 5.48 miles
  • Time 2 h 12 min
  • Steps 10966
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 574 ft
  • Peak 617 ft
  • Climb 361 ft
  • Descent 361 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • Oak Street Beach
  • Buckingham Fountain
  • Cloud Gate (The Bean)
  • Monroe Harbor
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Clubs & meetups
Chicago Public Health Free Exercise class
Chicago Park District Wellness events
Chicago Park District Fitness Centers
Chicago Public Health Department
Illinois Department of Natural Resources activities, sites, facilities
Illinois Department of Public Health
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City description

The Windy City and its surrounding areas make for a great place to reach a daily 10,000-step goal. The city’s 606, a 2.7-mile park built along abandoned railway tracks, is perhaps the newest and quickest way to take in Chicago’s neighborhoods. Other top choice walking spots are set along the 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.

Walking route

This is a 8898 steps walking route in Chicago featuring Indiana Dunes State Park. The route passes by 3 points of interest and would take roughly 108 minutes to walk.

2021-05-30
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 4.45 miles
  • Time 1 h 47 min
  • Steps 8898
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 587 ft
  • Peak 640 ft
  • Climb 210 ft
  • Descent 210 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • Trail 2
  • Trail 9
  • Campground
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Interested in learning more about how to walk Chicago? Check out these links for additional curated resources.

Neighboring areas
Other routes
Local resouces
Clubs & meetups
Chicago Public Health Free Exercise class
Chicago Park District Wellness events
Chicago Park District Fitness Centers
Chicago Public Health Department
Illinois Department of Natural Resources activities, sites, facilities
Illinois Department of Public Health
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