Why you'd want to live in Sisters
Sisters, Oregon is located in the shadow of the Three Sisters Mountains. Western-themed buildings are host to a blend of restaurants and more than fourteen galleries in the Hood Avenue Art District, a live music scene (Sisters Folk Festival) and crafters (Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show). Nearby outdoor recreational opportunities include hiking in Three Sisters Wilderness, fishing Whychus Creek or cycling the scenic bikeway. A vibrant live-music scene culminates in the fall with the highly anticipated Sisters Folk Festival. If you’re looking for a town where you can do it all – at your own pace – Sisters is the place. In addition, road cyclists can ride one of two Oregon Scenic Bikeways that start (or end) in this quaint little town. Dining options appeal to everyone—from foodies to steak-and-potatoes lovers—and include superb bakeries, casual fine dining, and a brewery. From Sisters, hikes and bike rides are easily accessible. The Tam McArthur Rim Trailhead is less than a half-hour from Sisters, and the hike, though challenging, provides one of the most stunning vistas of Central Oregon. Make sure to get a free permit for the hike.