Make the most of Chicago’s changing seasons with these fun fall and winter ideas for getting outdoors. GET OUT! ITINERARY THE 606 BY LAURA MIER FALL Enjoy the cool morning weather with a brisk walk, jog or bike ride along the paved 18-mile Chicago Lakefront Trail , where you can take in views of glittering Lake Michigan on one side and blazing fall foliage on the other. Afterward, refuel at the bustling Revival Food Hall , where lunch options are plentiful—from fresh Hawaiian-style poke to sauce-slathered barbecue to Mexican street tacos—thanks to an interesting lineup of vendors. Once you’ve gotten your fill, head back outdoors to stroll The 606 , an elevated rail trail connecting four diverse neighborhoods. Hop off the trail to explore the hip areas of Wicker Park/ Bucktown, Logan Square and Humboldt Park. REVIVAL FOOD HALL REVIVAL FOOD HALL Then, cap off the evening nearby at The Violet Hour , a James Beard Award-winning cocktail bar with a menu of artisanal cocktails concocted with specialty spirits, fresh herbs and a heavy dose of creativity. 14 choosechicago.com ©RANVESTEL PHOTOGRAPHIC; ©REVIVAL FOOD HALL Right off The 606, enjoy a dinner of local farm-to-table fare at The Bristol , where seasonal dishes take the form of pasta made from scratch, housemade charcuterie and colorful healthy salads.