Point Hope is a city located in the North Slope Borough of the state of Alaska, United States. It is an Inupiaq Eskimo community situated on the northwest coast of Alaska, at the westernmost point of the state. Point Hope is known for its rich Native Alaskan culture and traditions, including subsistence hunting and fishing. The city has a small population of approximately 700 residents and is accessible only by air or sea. The area offers stunning natural scenery, with rugged coastlines, Arctic tundra, and a variety of wildlife such as polar bears, seals, and migratory birds.