As owner and general manager of Little Rock Climbing Center, he spends much of his time involved with the climbing community. Logan is also a founding member of the Arkansas Climbers Coalition and a regional representative for the Access Fund and the American Alpine Club. When he is not promoting the sport of rock climbing in the gym, or leading trips outdoors, Logan likes to visit high alpine areas for his climbing trips. When he is climbing closer to home Logan focuses much of his time training for the 24 Hours of Horseshoe Hell competition, an endurance climbing event that challenges competitors to climb for 24 hours while attempting as many and as difficult climbs as possible.
Logan says he enjoys climbing for the sense of satisfaction that he gets. “It’s not just the accomplishment of sending a route or problem that I find satisfying, but the entire process. I enjoy going to new climbing areas, meeting new friends, trying new routes. One of the most satisfying endeavors is new route development. I love the time and energy spent finding new lines, cleaning them, bolting them, and sending them. Even more, I like to see other people climbing the routes that I have put up. To have someone else enjoy a line that I put up gives me a great sense of accomplishment. It makes me feel that my work has touched others lives and enriched their climbing experience.”
What’s in your fridge right now? Beer
Favorite Movie? The Usual Suspects
If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? Fly a plane
If you could invite anyone to be your dinner guest, dead or alive, who would it be? Sir Edmund Hillary
What would you name the autobiography of your life? “Just Because You Can Doesn’t Mean You Should.”
What did you do growing up that got you into trouble? Floating down a river like Tom Sawyer
Do you have a spirit animal? Honey Badger!!
What did you want to be when you grew up? Garbage Man or Astronaut
Where’s Waldo? Not my problem.