From I-80 take WY Exit 313, “3rd Street / US-287 /
Turn South onto S 3rd Street / US-287; go 0.7 mile.
Turn Right (W) onto Blackfoot Street; go 0.2 mile.
Turn Left (S) onto Fort Sanders / Old US-287; go 1.6
Turn Right (W) at Sand Creek Road. The Mountain Cement
Company plant is just ahead, opposite the rail tracks.
The Laramie cement plant is something to behold. It is
almost a mile long and incorporates an exotic assortment
of geometric forms and hyper-technical elements assembled
in a way that suggests, well, anything but the kiss.
But, thankfully, genius prevailed!
Annie Proulx drove by this complex many
times as she was writing Brokeback Mountain. Her
home then was 30 miles away in the picturesque town of
Centennial, where industrialization is unknown and
Always obtain appropriate permission before entering
“The scene for the kiss when Jack and Ennis reunite
after four years occurred in its entirety as I drove past
the Laramie cement plant—so much for scenery.” 
 Brokeback Mountain - Story
to Screenplay by Annie Proulx, Larry McMurtry and
Diana Ossana (Scribner) ISBN-13: 978-0-7432-9416-4, page