Looking for a great trail in Three Sisters Wilderness, Oregon? AllTrails has 19 great hiking trails, running trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 10 hard trails in Three Sisters Wilderness ranging from 7.5 to 47.4 miles and from 1,801 to 10,354 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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First “50” mile hike I’ve done it was really hard but the view and experience was amazing. The map was difficult to follow but me and my buddy did really well on staying safe. If you are hammock camping just keep looking for spots and yes it is very scary hammocking on dead trees!

Hiked the 1.7 miles to the water crossing on 12/7/19. It was an easy trail head to find with the roads and trail both in good condition. It was a beautiful hike along side the water. Got lots of good pictures!!!

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1 month ago

So, I am NOT an experienced hiker whatsoever. I like in KY and hike (basically) hills compared to this. But I still did it!! I didn’t think I would need trail shoes... I definitely did. I slipped and slid all over the place. The mosquitoes were INSANE. I thought I needed to see a doctor the day after the hike because of all the bites. But for some reason, my sister only had three bites. So, that might be a thing specific to only me lol. Otherwise, this trail was gorgeous and the view of broken top and south sister was stunning. I definitely recommend it. Bring bug spray. DEET IS ESSENTIAL LOL. The spray without deet left my body absolutely covered in bites head to toe.

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2 months ago

11/17/19: IMO, this hike is worth doing if you regularly access this area. If you are visiting with limited time, there are more favorable hikes. I accessed the Olallie Trail via the Pat Saddle Trailhead. It is close to 14 miles of curvy, (often) washboard gravel on road 1993. You need to watch for rocks, potholes and blind corners on your drive. The road is not necessarily bad, and most passenger cars can make it, but it takes time. Besides being so far out, the hike is through some burn area. This area is home to some amazing old growth forest, but this trail doesn’t always highlight it. The lookout itself is dilapidated (although I appreciate the efforts made to save it). It is a good climb and well marked at the turn to reach the summit. Parts of the trail are overgrown. There are some small water crossings. I enjoyed the winding hike to the summit. It is a bit exposed and rocky but doable if you just watch your step.

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2 months ago

Great day today for this hike. There was snow but not a lot. Had to follow alltrails as the section to the wife was not clear at all.

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bugs
2 months ago

Went during the summer this year, mid July. Easy peasy lemon squeezy. Scenery worth laying your eyes upon. Lake is gorgeous. Plenty of shade on trail. Pay to park: $5. Bring bug spray or don the extra layer—mosquitoes can be an issue. Trust me... I went in shorts.

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2 months ago

11/11/19: GPS/Apple Maps was spot on. You cross Cougar Dam and follow 1993 for over 12 miles. The road is paved and then turns to gravel. It is surprisingly good with just a few potholes. There was one downed skinny tree. I was able to drive over the top branches of it easily by clinging to the side of the road. Some loose rocks from small slides. The trailhead has two trails departing from it. When facing the sign, take the one to your right. It is a gentle climb for two miles until the signed intersection. Take the Walker Creek Trail going up. The interactive map goes a bit batty around this point. Just keep climbing the switchbacks until you get to the top of the ridge. You will then look for a series of cairns to lead you through meadows (mostly dirt) to the viewpoint.

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2 months ago

Dope

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2 months ago

Fun hike with great views and even made our way to the top of the crater (no real trail to the top). More awesome views from the crater rim. Walked around the crater rim and then headed down to meet up with the PCT. We made this a loop (lollipop) by hiking the PCT to Sisters Mirror Lake and then hiked back to our car via trail 12.2. We parked at Devils Lake. Mostly flat except for the hike up and down the crater. Amazingly warm day for November 7th! Hiked in shorts! There was snow on the trail in the shady spots.

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2 months ago

Hiked 11/8 used the trekking poles glad I did Was a nice day

Hiked 11/2, up and down in 8.5 hours. A little icy in the lower sections but overall great conditions. Clear blue sky, warm, and no wind on the summit!

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2 months ago

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2 months ago

Hiked 11/2. Snow free for the top 1/3 of the trail, just a bit of mud/scree mix near the summit. Lower portion was a lot of hard pack snow and ice that was in the process of melting - made for a slower descent than expected. Absolutely perfect day, though - no wind at the summit and views as far as Mt Adams to the north.

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2 months ago

Hiked 11/01, perfect conditions, did not require micro spikes and most of trail was clear. First half had some light snow cover w a little ice given that it’s tree covered.

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