Total Trails Found: 9
|Trail Name||Length||Max Ele||Region|
|Collier Cone||5.8 mi||7534'||Oregon Cascades|
|Golden Lake & Tarns||12 mi||7100'||North Oregon Cascades|
|Green Lakes via Fall Creek||8.4 mi||6550'||Oregon|
|Park Meadow and Golden Lake||12 mi||7100'||Oregon Cascades|
|Rebel Rock Loop||11 mi||5311'||Oregon Cascades|
|Scott Mountain||3.4 mi||6116'||Oregon Cascades|
|South Sister Summit||5.5 mi||10358'||Oregon Cascades|
|Squaw Creek||3.5 mi||5400'||Oregon Cascades|
|Tumalo Mountain Trail||1.5 mi||7700'||North Oregon Cascades|
The Three Sisters, along with their surrounding peaks, Mt. Bachelor and Broken Top dominate the skyline of Central Oregon. The region is one of Oregon's best backpacking areas, and perhaps the best area to do a backpacking trip in all of the Oregon Cascades.
Numerous trails provide access to the many peaks, meadows, lakes, and valleys of the region. The Pacific Crest Trail flanks the western slopes of the Three Sisters, while additional trails provide access to the eastern portions and Broken Top. For ambitious backpackers, a loop trip around all of the Sisters is possible. The quieter southern areas of the Wilderness see less crowds and offers hundreds of lakes and vast forest land, while the northern section samples the past volcanism of the area, where miles of fresh (in geologic terms) lava cover the landscape.
A backpacking or hiking trip into the Three Sisters Wilderness will surely not disappoint. The hundreds of miles of trails, variety of landscape, and towering peaks will likely have you returning for years to come.