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
Click on the map or input a location below to find the elevation.
To use the elevation finder tool:
- Zoom and pan the map to find the desired location
- Click on the map to place a marker
- You will then see the estimated elevation displayed below the map.
- Click again to place further markers and find the elevation
- 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
- 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
Hi, it's back up and running.
By Free Map Tools on 24th February 2021
Hello! Will the elevations be fixed in the near future? Such a wonderful tool - really helpful for architecture students... Thanks to anyone who created and takes care of it!
On 24th February 2021
elevations are not working anymore
On 24th February 2021
Just came across this site, I'm doing walkie talkie range tests, so from a low point to a high point, this site is very useful in finding those points around my area, thanks for setting this up, very much appreciated %uD83D%uDC4D
By Alan on 20th February 2021
I%u2019ll survive from the flood waters yet
By Philip on 15th February 2021
Love this site. Thanks so much for setting it up and maintaining it.
On 14th February 2021
The ground level mentioned was nearly accurate to the surveyor's topography data. Great and helpful.
By MY on 11th February 2021
is there any API I can integrate on mobile app?
By Nomadic on 5th February 2021
Is this elevation above mean sea level, above NAVD88, above mean high water level above mean low water level, above NGVD29? What is the reference point?
On 4th February 2021
All my streets are named in some sort of middle eastern script. I kind of needed it to stay in English.
By Cat McKeon on 3rd February 2021
Hi, What is the geoid that is being used to generate this tool?
By Erik on 1st February 2021
i dont know whats the reason of this website
By oof on 1st February 2021
The elevation stats appear to be accurate checked stony cross new forest 110m and that's correct. Now need go find a higher point in Hampshire on a snow hunt Basingstoke way I think.
On 31st January 2021
Hi The elevation is relative to the geoid, or ellipsoid?
By Jhonny on 25th January 2021
i don`t get this tab!!!!!!
On 20th January 2021
Farid, thanks for reporting this. It should now be resolved.
By Free Map Tools on 18th January 2021
We cannot help from this time everywhere or all time Why. We want to search elevation of place. give chance
By Mohammod Abdur Rahim on 16th January 2021
Thank you Freemaptools, it works.
Notes: On Mozilla Firefox on Android Nougat the "estimate elevation" button is hidden when the page is initialy loaded. I have to switch option in the option box multiple times to make the "estimate elevation" button visible. Once the "estimate elevation" button is visible I select lat-long option and then press that button, and then the elevation data is shown right bellow the map. I don't know if that was the page intended design or not but since I read several user comments of the page not working so I put this notes for other users who perhaps experiencing similar problem.
By Farid H. Sazali on 15th January 2021
Elevation of Pine co
On 6th January 2021
Does not tell me the elevation for where I live
By Jane on 5th January 2021
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