The Three Sisters are well-known volcanic peaks in Oregon. The Sisters, part of the Cascade Volcanic Arc, are striking with their snow-capped peaks rising above the surrounding evergreen forest. All three peaks are above 10,000 feet in elevation.
Two of the Sisters, North Sister and Middle Sister, are considered to be unlikely to erupt again in the future. The South Sister, however, may again erupt at some point in the future.
The Three Sisters were also known by virtuous names as Faith, Hope, and Charity in the past. While they are now officially known as North Sister (Faith), Middle Sister (Hope), and South Sister (Charity), there are still many references to the mountains as Faith, Hope, and Charity.
We camped outside of Sisters, Oregon for a week in June and were able to see the Three Sisters from our camp. Our view was through the trees, however, so we set about finding a clear view for a sunset photo of The Sisters one evening. We invite you to join us on that little adventure searching for just the right spot for an evening photo in our most recent video.