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What you should know about Sisters

The peaks of the Three Sisters mountain range gave Sisters, Oregon its name. Nicknamed Faith, Love, and Charity, the three mountains present a picturesque backdrop to this warm and welcoming Oregon community. Sisters may be a small town, but it has plenty to offer visitors in terms of shopping, spas, and outdoor activities. In winter, the mountain slopes offer great skiing for beginners and experts alike. Lazy summer days, meanwhile, provide plenty of opportunity for swimming, fishing and horseback riding through the Deschutes National Forest.

Hotels in Sisters, Bend

Hotels in Sisters, Oregon, offer relaxing spa treatments, comfortable communal areas and spacious balconies to enjoy the spectacular mountain views. Back Butte Ranch and FivePine Lodge & Spa both provide luxurious 4-star accommodation with gourmet restaurants, tennis courts swimming pools, and thoughtful touches such as artwork and fireplaces which help create a professional finish. A more affordable Sisters hotel is the Best Western Ponderosa Lodge. As well as an outdoor pool and patio areas, the Best Western provides a free breakfast and there are fridges and microwaves in the rooms to give guests an alternative to eating out every night.

Things to see in Sisters

Sisters, Oregon is the perfect base for lovers of the great outdoors. Keen fly fishers will not want to miss nearby Metolius River, which offers one of the finest fishing streams in the world. The High Mountain Lakes are also well stocked in the summer months, providing a rewarding days fishing with beautiful views across the nearby canyons. One of the best ways to explore the countryside around Sisters, Oregon is by bike. The area plays home to a number of dedicated mountain biking trails: Peterson Ridge Trail gives more daring riders panoramic views from the heights of the Eagle rock; the Suttle Tie Trail, meanwhile, is recommended in reviews of Sisters for a more relaxed tour of the forest surrounding Suttle Lake. Sisters itself dates back to the mid nineteenth century and a walk around town will take you past some important significant buildings including Hardy Allen House, built in 1905 by one of the first settlers and the original Old Sisters library .

Good for couples

The relaxed pace of life and intimate atmosphere makes Sisters the ideal destination for a low-key couple’s getaway. Whether you are indulging in a local spa treatment, relaxing on one of the world-class golf courses nearby or enjoying a horseback ride across the mountains, Sisters provides a respite from the manic pace of daily life. The jaw-dropping scenery makes a romantic backdrop for lazy summer days and the town offers a wealth of cozy coffee shops, friendly boutiques and art galleries showcasing local talent.

How to get to Sisters, Bend

Located on Highway 20 just outside of Bend, Sisters is a 3 hour drive from Portland and 2 hours from Eugene, Oregon. Portland is also where the nearest international airport can be found, welcoming domestic flights and across the world. The best option for domestic flights is Roberts Field in Redmond, a 20-minute drive away. From here, you can reach Portland, Seattle, Salt Lake City, and San Francisco by air. A broad network of footpaths and trails allows for travel in Sisters and the surrounding area by bike, foot, and on horseback.