Three Sisters Mountains are located in Oregon in the Three Sisters Wilderness area, which is part of the Deschutes and Willamette National Forests, located in the central part of the state of Oregon, you find the Three Sisters Mountain range.
North Sister, Middle Sister and South Sister peaks are a highly visited destination for hiking, climbing and skiing. The oldest of these peaks is North Sister with an estimated age of 100,000 years. The youngest is South Sister with only 50,000 years.
In Oregon, Sisters is the closest town, just 15 miles northwest of the peaks. With a population of 2,500 people, this small town is known for its charming downtown area, outdoor recreation and annual events such as the Rodeo and the Folk Festival. Anybody visiting the Three Sisters often uses Sisters as base camp for lodging and activities. You can as well find Bend, about 25 miles east of the peaks, or Eugene, 100 miles to the west.
The closest airport to the Three Sisters is the Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM), which is located about 20 miles northeast of Sisters, and approximately 25 miles northeast of the mountain range. Another option is the Eugene Airport (EUG), located about 100 miles west. Both of them are small and regional, offering daily flights to and from several major cities, including Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, and Denver. With fewer options but just 30 miles southeast, you have Bend’s airport, Roberts Field (RDM). From any of these airports, visitors can rent a car or take a shuttle to reach Sisters and the Three Sisters area.