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Walk Score in Chicago Loop (The Loop)
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Originally named after the cable cars that circled Chicago's center in the late 19th century, The Loop is an essential piece to the Windy City's downtown area.  Due to its proximity to so many attractions and sight-sees - The Art Insitute, Cloud Gate (The Bean), Sears Tower - millions of tourists visit this neighborhood every year, many of which live in towns where they mainly travel by car. In other words, if the average American can walk several blocks of downtown Chicago, so can you and your pet. 

If and when your pup does get tuckered out and you get the craving for a snack, there are many options in the Loop where you and your dog are welcome to take a breather, especially during patio season when businesses open up their outdoor venues to wagging tails. Food trucks in the area are an obvious and simple option as there's never any fuss of bringing an animal into a restaurant.

Terrain in Chicago Loop (The Loop)
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly
The most ideal mode of transportation when traveling through the Loop is definitely by foot. It's on the sidewalks that you'll see, hear, and smell Chicago at its best. Due to the volume of both tourists and commuting citizens, Chicago's downtown is built with pedestrians in mind. While the paved concrete of the city leads you through the second largest business district in America, you and your dog will have a lot to take in. 

When walking a dog, there won't be an issue with safely crossing streets, but you may find it difficult to control a pup if he's anxious around loud noises, lots of movement, or people. Of course, if your eventual goal is to help your canine friend overcome these fears, then well-planned exposure is key. If you are keen on walking a dog around the Loop, keeping him on a short leash is not only considerate to others walking around you, but also safer for him.

Greenways in Chicago Loop (The Loop)
60 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Chicago have an average of:
11 Greenways
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With gold and auburn foliage in the fall and colorful blossoms in the spring, Lakeshore East Park is a nature lover's sanctuary in the middle of loud, bustling city center. If your furry companion isn't in the mood for a leisurely stroll around the park, take them to the designated off-leash area where they are free to run and play with their counterparts. 

Millennium Park acts as the heart of its city, pumping activity, cultural life, and works of art through its core and into the lively city that surrounds the park's lush, green borders. As the unofficial frontyard of the Windy City, Millennium hosts a number of community events throughout the year for its citizens and tourists alike. Grant Park is a neighbor of Millennium Park and while smaller, it's not without its attractions as well. Whether you walk on two legs or four, these public spaces have miles of footpaths, as well as plenty to do and see. 

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