(Photo above | Courtesy of Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce)
You still have plenty of time to explore the trails in Sisters before the snow flies.
It is awesome to see how the landscape changes bordering the Sisters trails as the leaves change and then transform into a blanket of snow.
Enjoy the wonderful scenery along the Wychus Creek Overlook, hike the endless trails and riding the fat bike trails at Hoodoo is a great way to extend your cycling season.
We invite you to celebrate the sights and sounds at the Sisters Harvest, October 13 and 14. The Harvest Faire will be hosting over 200 vendors and we will have wonderful music by Bill Keale and Dry Canyon Stampede. Our November celebrations start with the Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony on November 23 at 5:30pm where more than 500 people gather to enjoy music and cheers as we light up the pine tree that towers over Fir Street Park.
On November 24, we continue the celebration on Hood Avenue at 2pm with our Christmas Parade and finish the day at the Sisters Area Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center, located on Main Avenue, with a visit from Santa. We invite you to take photos of your little ones with Santa, enjoy a cup of hot chocolate and then explore downtown to find that unique gift in one of our independently owned stores.
We invite you to find your pioneering spirit by exploring fall and winter in Sisters Country.