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Points Value

In the listings of summits, There are numbers of like how many times a
summit has been activated. That’s easy to understand. but the one that
says “Points” What determines a summits “Point” value?

Thanks!
Joe WB9SBD

altitude.
On a scale from the lowest in the association being 1, the highest being 10.

The points increase with height but the heights vary from Association to Association, the points bands being selected to give a fairly even distribution of points from the lowest to the highest summits in any Association. This is an arbitrary system but it seems to work.

Brian

Hi

I suggest that you read the ARM and the General Rules of SOTA: http://www.sota.org.uk/Association/W9 and http://www.sota.org.uk/Joining-In/General-RulesVy

It’s all in there

73 de Pedro, CT1DBS/CU3HF

Thanks Brian

Just downloaded both of them and will be reading.
Thanks Pedro.
Joe WB9SBD