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Deschutes River Kayaking
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 »  Olallie Campground to Paradise Campground
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 »  Big Cliff Dam to Packsaddle County Park
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 »  Fisherman's Bend County Park to Mehema
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 »  North Fork, Boulder Flat to Horseshoe Bend
 »  North Fork, Horseshoe Bend to Steamboat
 »  North Fork, Steamboat to Cable Crossing
 »  North Fork, Idleyld Park to Winchester
 
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Sisters, located in Central Oregon, covers only 1.5 square miles but has a population of approximately 1,400 people and over 350 small businesses. Sisters is 23 miles northwest of Bend and 100 miles east of Eugene on Highway 20.  The town of Sisters derives its name from the three prominent Cascade peaks that grace the southwestern skyline: Faith, Hope and Charity, collectively known as the Three Sisters.

Whether you enjoy hiking, fishing, camping, golfing, rafting, mountain biking, skiing, horseback riding, snowmobiling or just plain relaxing, you co do it in Sisters. On the edge of town, the Deschutes National Forest offers a 1.6 million-acre playground laced with miles and miles of trails, rivers, lakes, wilderness areas, scenic drives and vistas. 
 
 

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Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe
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Bend, OR

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