Three Sisters Mountaineer’s Map


Bring the Three Sisters Wilderness home with this print of the major routes to the summits of South Sister, Middle Sister, North Sister, and Broken Top in Oregon. This mountaineer’s map combines hillshading, detailed topography, and route info to tell the story of your time on the mountain. Made by an independent artist.

For illustrative use only. Not for navigation. Routes above treeline change frequently.

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Routes that appear on the map

South Sister – 10,358 feet

  • Climber Trail
  • Green Lakes route
  • North Ridge route

Middle Sister – 10,047 feet

  • North Ridge
  • Southeast Ridge

North Sister – 10,085 feet

  • South Ridge
  • Southeast Ridge
  • Early Morning Couloir

Broken Top – 9,177 feet

  • Northwest Ridge

Text and/or cropping might vary slightly at different map sizes. Please view the photos above to see the exact content on the 11×14, 16×20, and 22×28 maps.

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  1. MR

    It’s beautiful accurate and thorough. Shipped well and arrived in pristine condition. Beyond delighted with this purchase. Worth every penny.

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  2. AD

    Fun and Great Memories! Working with Josh was a truly enjoyable experience – he has a true love for the mountains and understood how to build a beautiful and narrative description that captured the essence of our exciting trip to the summit of Mount Adams.

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  3. JB

    So happy with this map! My sister and I completed a rim to rim to rim hike in March and I wanted to commemorate it. Most R2R2R memorabilia assumes a return hike up Bright Angel instead of South Kaibab. It was awesome to come across this map detailing our exact route. I ordered one for both of us. It has a classic clean look and is beautiful framed.

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  4. DM

    In Fall of 2021, my wife and I ran a R2R2R. We’re old and slow, so it took us 25 hours, but we loved every minute of it. Thanks for such a wonderful product to help us remember our trip. We often look at the route and say, “Remember, this is where we….” The quality is great, the information around the outside is fantastic, and the red line showing the trail makes this map unique. A great souvenir!

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  5. MM

    Fantastic show piece to go along with all our other memories.

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Small maps – 11″ x 14″

  • Poster paper (unframed)
  • Fine art giclee print (unframed)
  • Framed fine art giclee print

Medium maps – 16″ x 20″

  • Poster paper (unframed)
  • Fine art giclee print (unframed)
  • Framed fine art giclee print – Shown in the lifestyle photo. Model is 5' 9" tall.

Large Maps – 22″ x 28″

  • Poster paper (unframed)
  • Fine art giclee print (unframed)
  • Framed fine art giclee print


  • Poster Paper — classic poster paper with a satin finish, bright white point, and vivid color.
  • Giclée — acid-free archival-grade ink, acid-free 100% cotton, single-side coated paper. Has a matte surface.

Frames (Giclee only)

  • Black Frame — ¾” wide, wood with veneer
  • Walnut Fame — 1 1/4” wide, wood
  • Maple Frame — 1 1/4” wide, wood
  • Matting — 1” wide, conservation-grade (white)

Production Time

  • Average printing/production time for paper only (poster or giclee) is 3–5 business days.
  • Average printing/production time for paper and a frame is 5–8 business days.

Shipping Time

  • Unframed prints ship via USPS (3–6 business days).
  • Framed prints ship via UPS (3–6 business days).
  • International shipping is not available at this time.

Returns and Refunds

  • Do you accepts returns or give refunds?
    Because I print each map specifically for each order, I’m not able to accept returns or offer refunds.
  • If your item was damaged during shipping, please let me know and I’ll work with my printing partner to send you replacement copy.


I use precise digital elevation models (DEMs) to create shaded relief for every valley, ridge, peak, and river, which I add to vintage 1:24,000 topo maps from the United States Geological Survey. These historic maps were originally printed on a lithographic press and field-checked on foot, and they give each print a natural, authentic feel.

Commission a Personal Map

If I don't have a map for a trail or place you love, you can commission a personal map. You can also vote for the next map.

Legal Disclaimer

My maps are for illustrative purposes only. Although almost all the natural features are accurate, historic USGS maps are of varying age, reliability, and resolution, glaciers and routes above treeline change frequently. These prints should not be used for navigation, land ownership claims, or up-to-date information about public access.