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

wow! thank you so much! really helpful
By amalina on 16th October 2017

It really helps me in my hiking and traveling tours towards Pakistani Mountains,
By Shan on 15th October 2017

Excellent! Working accurately. Thanks to developers, you guys are doing a great job.
By Hemmy on 10th October 2017

The elevation is from mean sea level.
By Free Map Tools on 8th October 2017

Not working.....
By Andy on 8th October 2017

What is the elevation measured in? Is it Ordinance Datum or Chart Datum?
On 6th October 2017

FAI, sorry, that's not possible to do.
By Free Map Tools on 4th October 2017

This is a terrific UI. The elevations are displayed with 99% accuracy. Is there any way to merge Elevation Map along with Radius Around a point map?
By FAI on 3rd October 2017

Can anyone tell how elevation is defined here? I live in a coastal community and wish to know whether it's measured from Mean Lower Low Water(MLLW)or some other point of reference.
By onredrock on 20th September 2017

Why does a lower point show a higher reading.
On 18th September 2017

Is it working... can't tell. Inconsistent... maybe; really unsure. One minute I'm below sea level by 5000 now I'm above by 6... same property?
By Lara on 18th September 2017

Used it today 17th September, worked perfect for me, Many Thanks
On 17th September 2017

I have massively contradictory information (650' off) from several sources, including Google! The meter output seems much more likely! And just a hint, Sea level is generally stated in feet.
On 15th September 2017

good relative measure but most readings are around 3 feet to low. i have an elevation certificate that shows over 9ft. and this app shows around 6.
On 13th September 2017

Due to recent weather events the elevation service has been getting a lot of traffic. We only have a set quota of free usage before there is a cost to provide it - which isn't practical for a free-to-use website.
The usage quotas are reset every day at midnight West Coast time so if you get on early in the day (USA time) it should work.
Another option is to use our iOS app that has an elevation finder with a separate quota that isn't yet getting max-ed out. See : https://itunes.apple.com/app/free-map-tools/id1075853833?mt=8.
By Free Map Tools on 11th September 2017

Doesn't work!
On 10th September 2017

I am over the query limit.
By Paul on 10th September 2017

worked great the first couple times but over query limit ever since!
On 10th September 2017

Not working. Gives an OVER_QUERY_LIMIT error.
On 10th September 2017

Its not working
On 10th September 2017

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