Hiking

Thousands of acres of National Forest to explore in the backyard of Sisters Oregon. Just a stone's throw from your vacation home rental.

Smith Rocks

It is definitely a worthwhile trip to go see this beautiful park, only about a 40 minute drive from Sisters. A great hike any time of year along the Crooked River. It is generally warmer in the canyon, so it is a great hike in cooler weather. In the warm months plan to go in the morning as it get quite warm. Smith Rocks is a popular rock climbing area also, if you`re not into it, it is still fun to watch others who are.
Metolius River Trail

Metolius River Trail

Hike along the pristine Metolius River, easy mostly level terrain. Navigable river for experienced kayaker or canoers.
Location: Metolius River, Central Oregon
Sisters Trails Map

Sisters Trails Map

The Sisters Community Trail System is a community wide, non-motorized trail system serving to connect downtown Sisters, local schools, neighborhoods and the regional trails within the Deschutes National Forest. The trail system is intended for recreation, commuting, and access in and around the greater Sisters area. It`s a trail system for everyone, from the residents of Cloverdale and Tollgate to the citizens of Crossroads and Aspen Lakes. It`s a trail system that will make the Sisters area a better place to live, connecting us to our community and each other.
Suttle Lake Trail

Suttle Lake Trail

Suttle Lake is about 15 minutes west of Sisters on Hwy 20. An easy 3 mile loop around the lake takes about 1.5 hours.