We always love a walk in West Seattle and Alki tops the list. Let's start at Jack Block Park and walk towards the beach and see how far we can get. Plan on walking 6 miles or so, however, you may turn around at any point. Just let somebody know.
Please come prepared for the weather with proper clothing and footwear. Stormy weather, dangerous road conditions, or illness may cancel or postpone this walk so be sure to check this site before leaving to attend. I will email the night before with last minute details.
Alki Trail The Alki Trail is a popular route along Seattle's Alki Beach, providing access to the Elliott Bay shoreline and is popular with walkers, joggers, bicyclists, skaters, and others.
The Alki Trail is a popular route along Seattle's Alki Beach. This 5-mile paved trail begins at West Marginal Way S and continues past Harbor Island to West Seattle via Seattle's Swing Bridge on SW Spokane Street. At West Seattle the trail turns north along Harbor Avenue SW and the shore of Elliott Bay and continues to Alki Beach Park. The Alki Trail provides extensive access to the Elliott Bay shoreline and Alki Beach. On sunny summer days the Alki Trail is busy with walkers, joggers, bicyclists, skaters, and others seeking access to Puget Sound. The trail is managed by the City of Seattle.
Jack Block Park Terminal[masked] Harbor Ave SW Seattle, WA 98126 Park