The Bloomingdale Line was a mile ( km) elevated railroad running east- west on the northwest side of Chicago. In , the City of Chicago converted it into an elevated greenway called The Bloomingdale Trail, which forms the backbone of the larger parks and trail network called The It was soon absorbed by the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific. The brings together elevated trails for bikers and runners, art installations, and landscape design to create an urban oasis and a new way to explore. The has the elevated Bloomingdale Trail as its centerpiece, connected. parks, The is the latest in Chicago's long line of world-class public spaces.
The runs along the Bloomingdale Trail (N) for miles between Ashland (W) and Ridgeway (W). Walking, cycling or taking public. The All rights reserved. The Trust For Public Land · Chicago Office · S. LaSalle Street, Suite · Chicago, IL Logo by Jennifer Harrell. Bloomingdale Trail (The ) spans mi. from Walsh Playground Park (N. steel railings, bike parking, benches, and landscaping along its entire length.
Bloomingdale Trail (The ) extends 3 miles through Cook County. The centerpiece of this newly built park is the mile-long Bloomingdale Trail (BT) that. reviews of The - Bloomingdale Trail "Sooo beautiful to ride your bike, run or anything active, super easy to use to cut through the city. Side note- why. WICKER PARK — The Bloomingdale Trail, the long-awaited mile-long elevated jogging, biking and walking path that runs through four. The , a mile-long park on abandoned train tracks, opened June 6, The foot-wide multiuse trail along the narrow Bloomingdale.