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Three Sisters Wilderness

The Three Sisters Wilderness is located in Oregon's Willamette National Forest near the town of Sisters and the city of Bend. It is named for the Three Sisters mountain peaks (North, Middle, and South, also known as "Faith", "Hope", and "Charity"). The wilderness area was originally designated in 1964, and consists of 286,708 acres. It is bordered by Mount Washington Wilderness to the north and Waldo Lake Wilderness to the south. The wilderness contains Collier Glacier (the largest in Oregon), as well as some of the best examples of glaciated terrain in the northwestern United States. It includes over 260 miles of trails, including 40 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail. For more information, visit either the Forest Service or
Broken Top
:: Broken Top ::
Collier Cone
:: Collier Cone ::
Fall Creek
:: Fall Creek ::
Golden Lake
:: Golden Lake ::
Green Lakes
:: Green Lakes ::
Linton Lake
:: Linton Lake ::
Park Meadow
:: Park Meadow ::
Obsidian Trail
:: Obsidian Trail ::
Proxy Falls
:: Proxy Falls ::
Rebel Creek
:: Rebel Creek ::
Snow Creek
:: Snow Creek ::
Soap Creek
:: Soap Creek ::
South Sister
:: South Sister ::
Sparks Lake
:: Sparks Lake ::
Tam McArthur Rim
:: Tam McArthur Rim ::
Whychus Creek
:: Whychus Creek ::
Vine Maple
:: Vine Maple ::
Sunset from McKenzie Pass
Sunset from McKenzie Pass
Sunset from Scott Lake, Study #1
Sunset from Scott Lake, Study #1
Sunset from Scott Lake, Study #2
Sunset from Scott Lake, Study #2