Alki is the western-most point of Seattle and is known for being Seattle’s Northwest beach town. A thin beach, biking, and walking trails, run several miles through Alki along the waterfront. Visitors can see the most incredible views of the Olympic Mountains and nearby Blake Island. If you can’t make it to the East Coast, Alki has a miniature State of Liberty overlooking the water. This area also boasts the Alki Point Lighthouse and a monument representing the Birthplace of Seattle. Alki is great for the adventurer looking to jog, rollerblade, bike, or try water sports.