The state of Oregon has five summits that measure more than 10,000 feet and all of them are located in the Cascade Mountain Range. Oregon’s tallest peak, Mount Hood, is 11,235 feet tall and a dormant volcano with over a dozen glaciers. It was named after British Admiral Hood and was first climbed in 1857. Mount Jefferson (10,497 feet), South Sister (10,358 feet), North Sister (10,085 feet), and Middle Sister (10,047 feet) round out the remaining peaks over 10,000 feet in height. The Three Sisters peaks dominate the western skyline of Central Oregon, and provide a breathtaking background for your trip to Black Butte Ranch. Sunriver Retreat sits in the shadow of Mt. Bachelor ski resort, one of the largest in North America measuring nearly 3,700 acres. Whether you are a downhill enthusiast, or just plan to enjoy the beauty of the pristine peaks that surround you at every turn, make sure your next mountain getaway takes place in Oregon.

Select a region using the map to your left or pick one from the drop down below.

Featured