Kourtney Kardashian enjoyed a sweet escape with her kids—Mason Disick (10), Penelope Disick (7) and Reign Disick (5)—in Utah during Memorial Day weekend.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and her little ones found themselves being one with nature in Lake Powell and Amangiri. For their mini getaway, the family soaked up the sun, got plenty of fresh air, went horseback riding and admired in the architecture.
"Escape to the desert," the Poosh founder captioned her cheeky Instagram post, in which she showed off her sand-colored two-piece set.
"A little architectural love," she shared in another post, alongside pics from a dreamy building.
Giving her 93 million followers an even closer look inside her trip, she uploaded a collage of pics and videos of her and her kids enjoying a horse ride. "western," she simply captioned the post.
According to a source, Kourtney and her kids took a mini vacation for three days and decided to travel to Utah since the state announced it was reopening its national parks amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
"Amangiri is one of Kourtney's favorite places and they just announced its reopening, so she knew she wanted to go," the insider explained. "She took a quick 3-day trip with the kids. They flew in on a private jet and had a customized weekend of activities set up for them."
Along with the outdoor activities Kourtney shared on the 'Gram, like their horseback riding, the source said the family also enjoyed "boating, hiking and lounging by the pool."
"It was very relaxing and such a nice change of scenery to get out of town and be out in the desert," the source added. "There was nobody around and they felt like they had it all to themselves."
According to a separate source, Scott Disick joined the reality TV personality and their kids to celebrate his birthday a little early.
"Scott went with Kourtney and the kids to Amangiri to celebrate his birthday and enjoy the holiday weekend," the second source shared. "He is doing a lot better and is focused on healing. He's talked with a few therapists who are helping him talk through his struggles and navigate his next moves."
"Scott has been very willing and open to get help and wants to continue treatment. Kourtney knows how to handle Scott and he is always in a better headspace when he gets to spend time with his kids," the insider continued. "She has really been there for him since his rehab exit, and has had a lot of sympathy towards him."
The source noted that the Poosh founder wants to see Scott get "healthy" because it's "best for their family and makes the dynamic much easier."
"Scott is doing so much better since last month when he was feeling down. It truly takes him to hit rock bottom for him to get help and get his life back on track," the source went on.
Adding that he and Sofia Richie are continuing to figure out their relationship during this time.
"Scott and Sofia are still in touch. They are definitely still spending time apart for now," the insider shared. "Sofia wants to make sure Scott gets the help he needs before they can be in a healthy relationship but they aren't completely calling it quits just yet."
Despite Scott's romance with Sofia and everything going on in his life, he was able to unplug and recharge during his Utah trip.
Moreover, it's safe to say he felt the love from the rest of the Kardashian family on his birthday.
"Happy Birthday @letthelordbewithyou!!! We have so many memories together. You are such an amazing father, brother and friend," Kim Kardashian shared. "Thank you for being such an amazing person to our family. I love you."
"Thank you for bringing so much love and laughter to our family!" Kris Jenner wrote. "Thank you for your sense of adventure and always being there for all of us. You are amazing and I love you!"
Khloe Kardashian also showed Scott some birthday love. "Life would be SO boring without you! Thank you for being such a great brother to me," the Good American founder captioned her post. "Cheers to you being spoiled and I pray this year is filled with magic. You deserve only the best! We have so much more life to live."