The Peterson Ridge Trails in Sisters were originally constructed in 1989 as a mountain bike trail network consisting of a combination of single-track and old forest service roads.
In 2008, a major expansion of the network increased the amount of single track to over 20 miles and included signage and trail markers to aid riders in navigation.
The trails are fairly level and mostly free of technical obstacles (although some lines do have rocks and roots to negotiate). On our map above highlights the “East” and “West” trails but there are many connector trails shown on the map as well.
The OBRA Sanctioned Sisters Stampede (Oregon’s largest XC mountainbike race) is held each May at Peterson Ridge.
The trail network is popular with Sisters’ residents and you can expect to encounter lots of walkers, runners, and dogs on the trails. There are also several Horse trails that interconnect into this system.