Guest Book Comments - 23 to 14 of 23

Posted: Thursday 2 March 2017 04:36 PST

Name: Jack

Comment: Thank you for making such an amazing website!! Brokeback Mountain will always have a special place in my heart. I hope with the extremely comprehensive info and guide from your site, I will be able to complete a BBM trip myself. :)

Posted: Wednesday 1 March 2017 08:21 PST

Name: Norbert H. (Hamm)

Comment: Had tears in my eyes all the movie. Love Jake Gyll.
I was in sweden 2008 (ancestors of JG come from).
Excellent top of my life would be to meet Jake Gyll ...
Hamm ist partnertown of St. Monica where Jake's home is.
Can I see him one day? Again tears ...
Lovely greetings to Wyoming and to you all in the USA.
God with you !!

Posted: Monday 9 May 2016 08:09 PDT

Name: Mary

Comment: Beautiful story, Ang Lee at his finest, a tribute site, “I swear.” Thanks for this lovely look at producing the BBM film.

Posted: Wednesday 28 October 2015 14:39 PDT

Name: Robert Gor

Comment: Hello, well done!

Posted: Monday 27 July 2015 12:09 PDT

Name: Elsie 2015


Posted: Monday 26 May 2014 19:24 PDT

Name: Roman Moslem

Comment: I feel very lucky to find this website. Greatly helped me to completing my review about BBM, my favorite movie. finally I really find the official complete website review BBM. Starting from the pre production, processing, until after releasenya, shooting places map, even how to come there. including memoriam of those included. It's GREAT!

Posted: Thursday 27 March 2014 09:22 PDT

Name: jean

Comment: merci pour ce site genial je suis fan de brok[e]back mountain j ai dvd et cd je consulte votre site regulierement encore merci et une pensee pour heat[h] ledger fabuleux acteur

Posted: Wednesday 17 July 2013 00:09 PDT

Name: bill

Comment: I've had a very emotional ride after watching the movie some weeks back on TV. i never got to see it on the big screen. i can just imagine how great it must have looked. the story line brought back lots of sad and fond memories from my early life in western Queensland Australia living on a remote sheep station (ranch for you guys in the us / Canada), trying to keep alive a long distance romance. they never seem to have a happy ending (do they jack?). I'm 73 years old, i'll never make Canada to see these wonderful sights. i would like to thank you. your site locations and the postings from other people has enabled me to understand the movie a whole lot better. i'll always remember BBM. r.i.p. heath ledger and thanks to everybody.

Posted: Wednesday 10 July 2013 12:15 PDT

Name: Garrett

Comment: Was just up in Kananaskis on Tuesday 7/9/2013, and roads into the mountains are still closed due to avalanches from the massive floods, including 40, Smith Dorrien / Spray Trail, and even 66 to Moose Mountain. I was able to get to Campsite 2, but even then had to break the rules and lift a road gate. Don't know when all these roads will open back up. Disappointed I wasn't able to see the "I did once" lake and others, but maybe next time!

Posted: Tuesday 15 January 2013 16:24 PST

Name: David

Comment: Hi, I'm from the UK and was desperate to visit Alberta ever since I found out where Brokeback was filmed. I've seen the film six times at the cinema and dreamed of visiting the sites, especially the beauty of the “I did once” lake. However, I had no idea of how I could after only finding rough locations on the internet, so I can't tell you how ecstatic I was when I discovered this truly amazing website just a week or so before my holiday back in early Sept 2012. Having no driving licence I realised it was going to be really difficult but I knew I had to visit the two most popular sites. How?? By hitching! From Canmore I walked for about an hour out of town and got a lift (eventually) right up to Goat Creek picnic area. Then from there I walked and found Goat Creek itself / Campsite 2 BUT only with the help of the fantastically detailed directions / tips on this website. Note the pole bridge was no longer there across the creek [...] I was able to take the same photo for each scene thanks to this site. Next day it had to be the fans' favourite: Upper Kananaskis Lake (“I did once”). No public transport possible, so I had to hitch 40 km from close to Kananaskis Delta Lodge. Highway 40 has very little traffic but after just 10-15 mins I got a lift all the way from a lovely retired couple who hadn't even planned on going there! Was absolutely amazing. I spent an unforgettable 4 hrs there.

[We enjoy seeing photos people have taken of BBM locations. The best way to send photos to us is to put them into a .zip file and send it to us as an email attachment.]

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