Kim Kardashian 39, and Kanye West, 43, have been focusing on family time in the hopes of salvaging their crumbling marriage.
And earlier this week, Kim, Kanye, and their four-children enjoyed a ‘glamping’ (glamorous camping) trip at the luxurious Dunton River Camp in Colorado, as reported by TMZ on Saturday.
Sources close to the couple alleged that they ‘rented out the entire 500-acre former cattle ranch,’ which cost them a startling $43,000 per night.
The family reportedly arrived to Dunton River Camp on August 9 by private jet, after vacationing in the Dominican Republic the week prior.
Kim, Kanye, and their four children, daughters North, seven, and Chicago, two, and sons Saint, five, and Psalm, one, were allegedly in the company of Kim’s eldest sister Kourtney, 41, and her son Mason, 10.
Kanye has since returned to his ranch in Wyoming, while Kim made her way back to their Los Angeles abode, the outlet alleged.
The secluded camp ground is nestled deep in the San Juan Mountains, one hour outside Telluride, which ensured total privacy for the struggling couple during their stay.
Guests who stay at Dunton River Camp, which is only open from June to October, are able to explore the property on horseback.
With the property to themselves, the family had unlimited access to all eight camping tents, which sit on a ‘640 square foot wooden platform anchored to the bedrock’ and include ‘amenities you would expect in a luxury hotel,’ according to the official Dunton River Camp website.
The tents are decorated with a Southwestern aesthetic in mind, from the large cowhide rugs to the Navajo style bedding.
Kim and Kanye also had Dunton River Camp’s historic Farm House and a large communal ‘lounge tent’ at their disposal.
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