The Tulameen Ochre Bluffs are part of a stunning cultural landscape in the territory of the Upper Similkameen people of southern B.C. The ochre source nurtured a 4000-year long artistic tradition expressed in nearby pictographs. The bluffs are located near the confluence of the Similkameen and Tulameen Rivers, and are part of the Similkameen Spirit Trail National Historic Site of Canada.