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Sisters Roundup of Gems
June 30-July 4

Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show
Saturday, July 8

Sisters Artist Marketplace
Fri-Sat, July 7-8

Sisters Glory Daze Car Show
Saturday, July 15

Sisters Antiques in the Park
Sat-Sun, July 22-23

Hawaiian Luau
Thursday, August 10

Country Fair & Art Show
Fri-Sat, August 11-12

Sisters Wild West Show
Sat-Sun, August 19-20

Sisters Folk Festival
Fri-Sun, September 8-10

Buried Beef & Brew
Sunday, September 24

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They define Sisters. They gave the town its name. Their slumbering power
reminds us that the natural world is mightier than the transient works of man.

Three SistersThe Three Sisters
Elevation: South 10,358 ft.; Middle 10,047 ft.; North 10,085 ft.
Nicknamed "Faith," "Hope" and "Charity," these peaks give Sisters its identity. The South Sister is readily climbed; the other two are much more strenuous.


Black ButteBlack Butte
Elevation: 6,436 ft.
Named for the thick, dark carpet of trees that covers its shoulders, this volcanic cone rises protectively over Sisters. It is the site of a fire lookout and is a popular hiking destination.


Broken TopBroken Top
Elevation: 9,175 ft.
Visible to the south, this mountain is named for its distinctive, jagged crown. There are several routes to the summit, all requiring basic rock-climbing skills and equipment.


Mt. WashingtonMt. Washington
Elevation: 7,794 ft.
This picturesque spire looms between the McKenzie Highway and Highway 20. There is a spectacular view of the peak from the viewpoint above Suttle Lake.


Three Fingered JackThree Fingered Jack
Elevation: 7,841 ft.
The exposed volcanic plug on this mountain has eroded into several pinnacles or "fingers." This may be the origin of its name, but no one is certain.


Mt. JeffersonMt. Jefferson
Elevation: 10,497 ft.
The second-highest peak in Oregon is easily one of the most foreboding. It is climbable only by highly skilled and experienced climbers. But it sure is pretty from down in Sisters.

 

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