Crossroads – High School Trail [To Top] Map


Length:  3.62 miles total length.  2.38 miles of this trail is on dirt single track that is open to pedestrians and bicycles on the section from SPRD and high school to Rd. 15.  1.24 miles is on a shared dirt road between Rd. 15 and the junction with the Jimerson Trail on the west side of the private community of Crossroads.

Description:  The trail connects the private community of Crossroads to Sisters Park and Recreation, the high school, and middle school.  It also provides a connector to Edgington Rd. and the Elk Ranch Trail.  The entire trail traverses beautiful sections of old growth ponderosa pines and views of Mt. Washington.

Access:  The trailhead is located at the STA kiosk near the SPRD parks building.  Additional parking can be found at the Elk Ranch Trailhead near the corner of Edgington and highway 242.  Please note:  there is no parking in the privately owned community of Crossroads.

Crossroads – High School EquestianTrail

Length:  3.6 miles total length.  1 mile from Edgington to the Jimerson Trail.  .78 miles shared with the Jimerson Trail.  1.86 miles from the Jimerson to the west side of the private community of Crossroads and reconnecting with the Jimerson Trail.

Description:  This beautiful horse trail follows forest roads and some single track providing riders with spectacular views of the mountains and old growth Ponderosa pine forests.  It integrates nicely with the newly constructed Jimerson Equestrian Trail providing riders with multiple loop options.  All horse trails in this area are marked with white diamonds.

Access:  There is horse trailer parking located at the Trailhead on Edgington Rd. just off of highway 242.  This parking area also serves the Elk Ranch Trail.  The best option for parking and access is the Sisters Cow Camp, a beautiful and well maintained horse camp located off of forest road 15.  Both the Metolius/Windego and Jimerson Trails originate from this camp.  Restrooms and corrals are located at the camp as well.  Please note:  there is no parking in the privately owned community of Crossroads.

Tollgate to Metolius Windigo Trail [To Top]

Length: 3.8 miles Surface: Dirt/gravel road

Description: The trail connects the Tollgate subdivision to the Metolius Windigo Trail near Glaze Meadow via the Mainline (Brooks Scanlon) Road. The connection to the Metolius Windigo Trail is near the east entrance of Black Butte Ranch. This is a gated community, and access for the public is through the main north entrance.

Access: Access is provided from the west side of Tollgate and the east gate (Glaze Meadow) near Black Butte Ranch.

Indian Ford – Sisters Tie Trail Connector [To Top]

Length: 0.5 miles Surface: Dirt/gravel road

Description: The trail provides a connection from the middle section of the Sisters Tie Trail to the Indian Ford Road via the north end of Pine Street.

Access: Access is provided along Pine Street. The south end connection to the trail is adjacent to the gravel pit.

Metolius/Windigo - Indian Ford Connector [To Top]

Length: 0.4 miles Surface: Dirt road

Description: The trail provides a connection from the Indian Ford Campground to the Metolius/Windigo trail utilizing low use dirt roads.

Access: Access is provided at Indian Ford Campground and turnout on Hwy 20. Trailhead is located on the south side of Highway 20. Use caution when crossing the highway as vehicles have limited sight distance and travel at high speeds.

Whychus Creek – Metolius/Windigo Connector [To Top]

Length: 2.8 miles Surface: Dirt and cinder roads

Description: The trail provides a connection from Whychus Creek at the Mainline Road to the Metolius/Windigo trail utilizing low use dirt roads on the west side of Whychus Creek. The trail has moderate elevation gain as it heads south.

Access: Access is provided off of the Mainline Road just west of the foot bridge. Parking is available along the Mainline Road.

Sisters Rodeo to Whychus Creek Trail [To Top]

Length: 4 miles Surface: Dirt roads and a short section of single track trail.

Description: The trail provides a connection from the Rodeo Grounds to the Sisters area on the east side of the Three Sisters Irrigation Canal. The trail has not yet been signed and is under review.

Access: Access is provided off of the Mainline Road, Three Creek Road (Rd 16) and at the Sisters Rodeo grounds.

South Whychus Creek – Metolius/Windigo Connector [To Top]

Length: 4.3 miles Surface: Seldom used dirt roads and single track trail

Description: The trail provides a connection from Whychus Creek at the dispersed use area just past the 3 mile mark of Three Creek Road and the Metolius/Windigo trail, utilizing low use dirt roads along the west side of Whychus Creek. The trail has moderate elevation gain as it heads south. Access to the north trail head requires fording Whychus Creek. The trail is fairly remote and has some exceptional views.

Access: Access is provided from the dispersed use area just south of the 3 mile mark on Three Creek Road.



Sisters Trail Alliance is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to envisioning, building, maintaining and promoting a non-motorized, multi-user community trails system. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.  P.O. Box 1871, Sisters, Oregon 97759, 541-719-8822

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