Hamilton topographic map
Click on the map to display elevation.
About this map
Name: Hamilton topographic map, elevation, terrain.
Location: Hamilton, Golden Horseshoe, Ontario, Canada (43.05051 -80.24856 43.47068 -79.62211)
Average elevation: 187 m
Minimum elevation: 70 m
Maximum elevation: 358 m
Hamilton's climate is humid-continental, characterized by changeable weather patterns. In the Köppen classification, Hamilton it is on the Dfb/Dfa border found in southern Ontario because the average temperature in July is 22.0 °C (71.6 °F). However, its climate is moderate compared with most of Canada. The airport's open, rural location and higher altitude results in lower temperatures, generally windier conditions, and higher snowfall amounts than lower, built-up areas of the city. The highest temperature ever recorded in Hamilton was 41.1 °C (106 °F) on July 14, 1868. The coldest temperature ever recorded was −30.6 °C (−23 °F) on January 25, 1884.
Other topographic maps
Click on a map to view its topography, its elevation and its terrain.
Canada > Ontario > Ottawa > Cumberland
Greenbelt, Cumberland, Ottawa, Eastern Ontario, Ontario, Canada
Average elevation: 81 m
Chatsworth, Grey County, Southwestern Ontario, Ontario, Canada
Average elevation: 317 m
Canada > Ontario > Kawartha Lakes
Norland, Kawartha Lakes, Central Ontario, Ontario, K0M 2L0, Canada
Average elevation: 269 m
Lake Saint Clair
Lake Saint Clair, Southwestern Ontario, Ontario, Canada
Average elevation: 177 m