Summit classification guide
This is a document that I created while classifying SOTA summits for the first time – I hope this information may help “Noob”s as the work can be very confusing especially when trying to find prominence over a saddle or col.
SOTA Logbook sheets
To make your own SOTA log books
1.Chaser – print on A5 paper – Chaser_log
2. Activator – print on A4 and cut in half –Activator_log (A4) oct 2018
or print on A5 paper – Activator_log 2018
These are some presentations given to local VK clubs about SOTA.
(note the question mark pages in this PDF are where videos were played – feel free to use your own or select from the large choice on YouTube).
Awards I have managed to reach so far:
10,000 Chaser Points “Super Sloth”.
15,000 chaser points
Summit to Summit Awards
Summit to Summit 250 points
Summit to Summit 500 points
Summit to Summit 1000 Points
Mountain Explorer Awards
Mountain Explorer Bronze
Mountain explorer – Tourist
(a new set of awards were added to the mountain explorer awards and the needs for continents moved from the existing (# of associations) awards to these new ones.
Mountain Hunter Awards
Mountan Hunter Bronze
Mountan Hunter Silver
Mountan Hunter Gold
Mountan Hunter Platinum
Unique Chased Summits – 100.
Chaser – Shack Sloth “Ice Block”.
Activator 100 Points
Activator 250 points
Activator 500 Points
2015-16 10 metre / 6 metre Challenge
1st. Place – Chaser Section – DL association
1st. Place – Activator Section – DL association
I was very surprised and pleased at the end of 2018, to be awarded the SOTA Sherpa award for my contributions to SOTA during 2018:
And when out on activations – you have to “look the part” with this one-off SOTA cap!
Or this Custom one given to me by my wife: