This tool will generate custom query files of
summits. Insert the parameters for one of the query methods and
click "Submit" to download the resulting file for offline use. See
below for instructions on how to make this update "live" in Google Earth.
Note that in areas in the western hemisphere, the absolute value
of your "Min Longitude" will be greater than your "Max
Longitude". Format is decimal degrees.
Questions, comments, or suggestions?
Email me at Show me an example for Oregon, USA
By adding this source as a network link in Google Earth, the status of the
SOTA points will be updated automatically any time you are online.
Enter the appropriate values above and then copy the URL from the box below:
Add this to your Google Earth places by going to the Add menu, choosing Network Link and adding this url.
Changes 02-06-2012: Added query type selector, as well as query by
association/region. Also fixed exporting summits with strange names (such
as those with characters like ñ and ã)
Changes 02-05-2012: Fixed a bug in the database import code that was
ignoring any summits with a comma in the name
Changes 12-05-2011: Added min/max score options in "advanced" section
Changes 12-04-2011: Changed KML folders to be by points
Changes 11-28-2011: Added auto-calculation of the Google Earth network link URL for easy copying
Changes 11-18-2011: Fixed altitude reporting
Changes 11-11-2011: Added "by name" and "by id" options for GPX. Also,
exclude summits that are no longer valid in the database.