The Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce announced that Sisters has been selected as one of the “Top 100 Adventure Towns” in the United States by National Geographic Adventure Magazine.
National Geographic Adventure Magazine, based in New York City, selected Sisters along with three other Oregon cities including Portland, Hood River and Klamath Falls as part of their ‘state-by-state guide to top outdoor hubs in the country.’ “The list of 100 adventure towns offer something for everyone, whether you love hiking, skiing, cycling, kayaking, climbing, snowboarding — or a little bit of everything,” the article reads.
“This is an incredible honor for Sisters and Central Oregon to be included in such a widely read publication,” says Erin Borla, executive director of the Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce. “This article will be sure to drive travel and visitors to the recreation mecca we call home; and like the article says ‘…a down economy forces us to explore all of our options – and our own spectacular backyard has never looked better.’”
Also featured in the article is Sisters’ own Gary Miller of Sisters Country Photography with his image Untroubled Waters.