Elevation Finder

This tool can be used to find an estimate for the elevation of a point on the earth. Click/tap the map or type the address in the text box.

Find Elevation Map

Input the latitude and longitude of a point on the map and see the estimated elevation.

Latitude Longitude

 Estimate Elevation 


 Clear Map 

Instructions

To use the elevation finder tool:

  1. Zoom and pan the map to find the desired location OR type an address in to the search box
  2. Click on the map to place a marker
  3. You will then see the estimated elevation displayed below the map.
  4. Click again to place further markers and find the elevation

Other Notes:

  • You can find the elevation of any old marker by hovering over the marker with your mouse.
  • Use the address search facility to:
    • Find a location
    • Find a business nearby
  • Any search results will be displayed below the map
  • Click clear map to remove all markers from the map

Version History

  • 3rd November 2016 - Changes to number of decimal places in elevation reading and latitude/longitude
  • 4th August 2015 - latitude and longitude of location displayed below the map
  • 1st August 2015 - New option to estimate elevation by inputting latitude and longitude
  • 14th November 2013 - New search tool
  • 12th August 2010 - initial version

Comments For This Page

<3...!
On 27th April 2017

This is wonderful website and we Ecotricity Maldives Pvt Ltd Salute you who made this! Wonderful
By Mohamed Haleem on 12th April 2017

JH, Thanks. Yes, the address search gets the map zoomed to that area. You then need to click or tap on the location for which you want the estimated elevation.
By Free Map Tools on 28th March 2017

Saeed, it can only estimate an elevation at a single requested location and not do a search such as this.
By Free Map Tools on 28th March 2017

James Thomas ... after you type in the address you have to click on the map where you want the elevation numbers from ... then at the bottom you will see your elevation ...
By JH on 28th March 2017

Hello and thank you for your great website. if there is the possibility to find a certain elevation (like 10 meters) in a selected area? thanks
By Saeed on 28th March 2017

March 24, 2017. Nothing happens when I type in a valid address and hit Enter.
By James Thomas on 24th March 2017

Oscar, yes thats correct.
By Free Map Tools on 13th March 2017

Does the meters and feet mean that number is the difference between that location and sea level?
By Oscar on 13th March 2017

Thank you for a great site. Use it for calculating property sizes for gardening. As for the elevation tool, apparently clicking on a map is hard. Good work.
By Island Jade on 5th March 2017

Tool Doesn't work on mobile devices.
On 4th March 2017

is there an API we could use?
By Cip on 3rd March 2017

How accurate is this information? Is it based off of COE measurements? could I rely on this information for survey measurements?
By Greg on 28th February 2017

The altitude of Laramie, WY is 2176.8 m or 7141.9 feet and Location: 41.31082,-105.60333 Took about 2 minutes including typing the comment
On 23rd February 2017

I don't think I'm in a flood zone because we had 16" of rain and my yard never held water Garland
By Garland Latiolais on 19th February 2017

596
By balaji on 16th February 2017

What a brilliant tool, thank you!
By Steve H on 14th February 2017

Hi, to get the elevation of [Laramie, WY], type it in to the address box, select [Laramie, WY]. Click on the map where you wish to get an elevation reading. In my case I got 2180.9 m.
By Free Map Tools on 9th February 2017

This site suxs. All I want is to the evelation of cities in Wyoming and all it does is keep running you around in circles. Why can't you just give a simple answer to a simple question- What is the altitude of Laramie, WY, but no, you just put in a loop. Worthless site.
On 8th February 2017

Big help thanks.
By CC in the place to be on 7th February 2017

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