Jump to content
  • Announcements

    • olyclimber


      We have upgraded to new forum software as of late last year, and it makes everything here so much better!  It is now much easier to do pretty much anything, including write Trip Reports, sell gear, schedule climbing related events, and more. There is a new reputation system that allows for positive contributors to be recognized,  it is possible to tag content with identifiers, drag and drop in images, and it is much easier to embed multimedia content from Youtube, Vimeo, and more.  In all, the site is much more user friendly, bug free, and feature rich!   Whether you're a new user or a grizzled cascadeclimbers.com veteran, we think you'll love the new forums. Enjoy!
Sign in to follow this  

Three Sisters Backcountry @ The North Face 11/19

Recommended Posts

Join Gabe Chladek of Three Sisters Backcountry as he discusses new Yurt Huts and Wilderness Skiing in the Central Oregon Cascades

Thursday, November 19th, 8PM (light refreshments served)

THE NORTH FACE, 1202 NW Davis Street, Portland, OR (503) 727-0200


Gabe Chladek shares the history of backcountry skiing in Central Oregon and how Three Sisters Backcountry created a unique wilderness hut skiing opportunity. At Three Creek Lake located just outside the Three Sisters Wilderness, two beautifully hand-crafted 20’ yurts await backcountry skiers. From the huts, ski the surrounding meadows and bowls, or follow the wilderness westward over spectacular ridges, lakes and buttes leading to the 9-10,000’ peaks of Broken Top, South, Middle, and North Sister. The terrain offers limitless tours and ski lines for all ability levels.

Gabe will discuss current and future offerings of Three Sisters Backcountry, including yurt stays, guided ski tours, and avalanche safety and training through the Oregon Avalanche Institute. Gabe is an experienced Forest Service Snow Ranger and Ski Patroller, as well as AIARE (Level I & II) avalanche course leader. He carries a wilderness EMT, and brings a strong history and intimate knowledge of the Central Oregon Cascades.


Share this post

Link to post
Share on other sites
Sign in to follow this