Kim Kardashian may have grown up in sunny California with warm temperatures and palm trees, but even she escapes to the snowy mountains in Aspen, Colorado. Now and then, the businesswoman swaps the sun for skis to indulge in leisure time. Honestly, we could all use a bit of leisure time following a long work period. That is if our schedules will permit it.
In a recent Instagram post Kim uploaded on Thursday, she shared a peek at her vacation to her 364 million followers and curious onlookers. The carousel depicts her staying at the 5-star resort, The Little Nell, per a napkin under a bowl of hot cocoa and made-from-scratch marshmallow. This resort is known for its luxurious amenities,360-degree views of the Rockies, and easy access to skiing.
Continuing with her post, Kim displayed the resort's woodsy elements, complete with log cabin walls and colorful Indigenous People woven tapestries. Then, she and her younger sister Kendall had a Frozen moment when they built their own "Olaf the Snowman" outdoors, where the snow was plentiful. Okay, so the sisters' snowman wasn't exactly Olaf's mirror, but he was just as cute and cold as his Disney counterpart.
To protect herself against the frigid temps Colorado has in winter, Kim dressed up in SKIMS pajamas decorated in a fun native print.
Kim's latest trip to Aspen after a busy few weeks for the star. Just this past Monday, Kim will be executive producing and starring in an upcoming BBC Elizabeth Taylor docuseries. Then, last week, Kim accompanied her mother, Kris Jenner, and youngest sister, Kylie, to Paris Fashion Week, where she donned a custom black cut-out dress and choker by the fashion house Maison Margiela.
Kim Kardashian developed her love of skiing from her late father, Robert Kardashian
It's no secret that Kim and her family love skiing, enjoying the pastime whenever possible. The love began with Robert Kardashian, SR, as he took his children to the lodges for quality family time. Following his untimely death in 2003 from cancer, Kim didn't do the winter sport for a decade. After missing the joys of skiing, Kim owned the hills when she returned. As time didn't affect her skills, she felt like she "never left."