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The Weather in Sisters
You can see our climate diagram above. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 87° Conversely, January is the coolest month in Sisters, with temperatures going under 21° Bring your umbrella in December, the rainiest month of the year!
Experience the beauty of Oregon from your vacation home in Sisters
Beautiful outdoor attractions, a vibrant local art scene, and Oregon's fresh northwestern flavors await visitors to Sisters. Vacation homes often feature outdoor spaces, cabin and cottage floor plans, and stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
A favorite of visitors and locals alike, the Sisters Coffee Company serves hand-roasted coffee alongside tempting sweets. The inviting log cabin interior, complete with wood burning fireplace, is the perfect place to spend a lazy morning. A variety of locally-produced, edible souvenirs are available, including coffee by the pound.
The Open Door Wine Bar serves up modern spins on American classics, featuring locally sourced ingredients. Inviting smokehouse boards featuring a variety of meats and cheeses pair nicely with local wines by the glass or bottle. Vegetarians and vegans will be surprised with a variety of options on the menu.
Downtown Sisters is known for its charming old-town atmosphere, shops, galleries, and well-preserved historic buildings. One of the area's newest and most impressive gallery spaces, the Collection Gallery, hosts an impressive collection of locally made pieces.
The nearby Imagination Gallery features mostly sculpture and metalwork, as well as impressive garden features all produced by local artist Ken Scott. Beachman's Clock Company, The Paper Place, and The Hen's Tooth all sell locally produced artistic souvenirs, many of which are one of a kind.
For a day outdoors, head to the McKenzie Pass-Santiam Pass Scenic Byway. This scenic driving loop takes between three and five hours to complete and offers some of the area's most photo-worthy views. Stop at the Belknap Viewpoint, Dee Wright Observatory, and Deschutes National Forest for a multitude of scenic hikes and lookout points.
A slightly more adventurous hike to Sahalie Falls will put you in touch with Oregon's wild and beautiful waterways. This loop trail passes through old-growth forests with excellent views of roaring rivers and pounding waterfalls. This park charges no admission.
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