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.

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Click on the map or input a location below to find the elevation.

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Instructions

To use the elevation finder tool:

  1. Zoom and pan the map to find the desired location
  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.
  • Click clear map to remove all markers from the map

Version History

  • 9th April 2019 - Click/tap on a marker to remove it
  • 10th September 2018 - Changed to Leaflet Maps
  • 11th March 2018 - Estimated elevation now changes as the Street View position changes
  • 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

Tried this, no matter where you click it says "Elevation -9999.0 m, -32,805.1 ft." That is the elevation of some of the deepest ocean trenches... and it's not like I'm not clicking on land.
On 18th September 2020

Thanks, user friendly and did not waste a moment of my time.
By Ralph Johansen on 13th September 2020

Can I get a list of elevations from an input file with a list of lon and lat? I can't get this to work yet.
On 8th September 2020

It's based on MSL
By Free Map Tools on 26th August 2020

What is the 0 ft reference for the Altitude? Is it Mean Sea Level (MSL), Height Above the Ellipsoid (HAE), or something else?
On 25th August 2020

How I get my house elevation
On 19th August 2020

the free Map tool is very much useful . i am using this to connect water source from 2 km to my village water stream or drain. values what i get is very accurate. defiantly beneficial to lot more people. since KC valley is pikking its momentem at kolar i am healping my area villages how water can be drawn to all dry lakes,,,
By praveen on 18th August 2020

Success is to simplify complex problems and then do it.
By H on 28th July 2020

horribly unusably inaccurate. it shows the elevation on top of a mountain that I know is fairly flat at 810.4 feet. then suddenly theres a fine line, which I know doesn't change in elevation more than 50 feet or so, that changes to 1266.4 feet. it also shows the top of the mountain, one spot in particular I know of, to be 15XX feet. at the bottom which I know to be right around 770 feet it shows the same exact height. if you go further from the mountain, at a fine line, it suddenly drops to 721.8 feet.
On 12th July 2020

This information is incorrect. When you can visually see the difference in height but you have it as the same. I would recommend that you start over from scratch.
On 12th July 2020

very nice
By Jaydpramos on 10th July 2020

How to find contour-line map here in this map
On 6th July 2020

It would be nice to know where the data for this tool comes from
On 6th July 2020

I couldn't find the actualhight .
By Jhankar on 1st July 2020

I've used this for a while and it was pretty accurate but the discrepancies in height are now substantial.
On 24th June 2020

This site has faulty data. It's off for my location by 500 feet (too low).
On 23rd June 2020

Best tool to set up your HASS correctly
By JJ on 18th June 2020

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On 15th June 2020

not accurate at all
By Hesham on 7th June 2020

46 ft. Excellent and confirmed at the city(47%u2019, Safety Harbor, Fl). Just out of highest Hurricane tidal surge. Saves quite a bit on insurance. Great sight.
By Vazdub on 1st June 2020

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