Range Finder

Use the ranger finder tool to find out the end point on a map when you specify a start point, a bearing and a distance.

Range Finder Map

Options

[Map Height : Small - Medium - Large]

Initial bearing from north deg
Distance km

 Clear Map 

How to use the Range Finder Tool

About

Please note that the range finder tool uses great circle distances. This means that on this flat map the expected end point may not be exactly as you expect on screen especially over large distances, but this is a truer estimation of the actual end point in real life.

Future Ideas and Features

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Previous Comments For This Page

distance in miles. i'm using this to calibrate my boat radar
By jonathan scott james on 11th November 2016

Hi Tew Han Kiong, so you wish to input the points using latitude and longitude?
By Free Map Tools on 11th November 2016

Can we find our point using coordinates?
By Tew Han Kiong on 10th November 2016

Thanks for the feedback Kim
By Free Map Tools on 10th August 2016

Very helpful map tool! Suggestions: 1. Map refresh is not complete when Medium or Large are selected. 2. The margin used for scroll activation is too large - you should allow the cursor to move closer to the edge of the map.
By Kim R. on 9th August 2016

Hi, can you explain how it doesn't work for you please?
By Free Map Tools on 23rd June 2016

not working
On 22nd June 2016

Isn't working for me either 07/02/2015.
On 2nd July 2015

Isn't working for me.
On 7th February 2015

i suggest that you should also include a "spread" function for broadcasting ideals please. and also if you could fill in the spread with color or outline, and allow it to be resizable via click
By neaster on 6th October 2012

suggest miles
On 24th August 2012

this is nice
By walter guinjicna jr. on 29th June 2012

Suggest coordinate entry for starting point.
On 21st October 2008

Driving long distances over multiple days, might be useful to be able to plot circle ranges over multiple days, such as on flying maps.
By Casey on 19th July 2008

Even without being able to click on an endpoint, it's sufficient to try a few numbers and refine a guess at a bearing. (This was the first thing I found when attempting to figure out from a photo where a lightning strike might have been...) Thanks!
By _Mark_ on 24th June 2008

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