Sisters Rock

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Sisters Rock is a 0.9 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Port Orford, Oregon that features a cave. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking and nature trips.

DISTANCE
0.9 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
187 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

beach

cave

views

Sisters Rock is a short trail along the Oregon coast with ocean views, beach, and a sea cave.

3 days ago

Really a great find! I highly recommend walking around and exploring every corner of the area. The water cave is quite the gem

hiking
3 months ago

An awesome hidden gem.

walking
6 months ago

I did this one from the trail marker to the south that joined a small road that basically turned into what looked more like a parking lot. At some point cars use to drive down there maybe even to launch boats? It looked like a decent area to fish... It was a nice point of interest with some good views on a gorgeous day!.....#279

6 months ago

An unexpected stop off the side of the road led us to one of the most spectacular discoveries.

hiking
8 months ago

Early September with sun shining and no one around

hiking
9 months ago

Hiked from the south turnout where there was a trail marker. The trail joins an old road after a short distance. Others hiked down from a turnout a little north where there is an old road with a closed gate. The trail was hot and very dry with little vegetation.

9 months ago

could not find trail head. trailhead marker. Was unable to do no matter ho w hard we tried to find this trail. what a disappointment

hiking
10 months ago

So amazing. Very easy walk down to the beach to explore. Be sure to check out the hole in the rock to watch the waves crash.

10 months ago

I climbed one of the sister rocks and it's mindblowing experience.

hiking
Sunday, February 15, 2015

Little known,fun, and easy trail that leads down to the ocean and 3 giant rocks. There are beaches located on both the north and south sides of the trail. Frankport Beach which is located on the south side of the trail has the rusted remains of what used to be an old shipping dock. The sea cave was also really fun to explore.