iv'e been dragging my kids to the mnt for 20 years. they just don't have the passion for the sport that I do. if they do ski with friends its on my dime.
millenials who do share our passion are most likely full of college debt and unable to afford it.
I think they are soft, no doubt. I also don't feel skiing is all that expensive, it certainly can be if you have to have everything new. Problem is kids seem to expect everything new these days. I guess it depends on where you live but around here for 600 bucks you could easily ski the entire year. Pass included. Kids pay more than that for a wicked smart phone
And Boomers and Gen Xer's are greedy yet financially inept generations that have stood over the the accumulation of 20 trillion dollars of national debt, making healthcare virtually unaffordable, created the largest economic downturn since the great depression. All the while thinking they "had it tough and everyone else is soft". My grandparents generation basically handed the Boomers the world, the United States at its peak, with every benefit, social service or otherwise, imaginable.
See how generalizations aren't exactly reasonable?
Maybe stop worrying so much about what Millennial's are, you guys aren't exactly god's great gift to the world.