As I mentioned in a previous post, during my trip to Victoria, I managed to go over the 250 point mark for Summit to Summit contacts. I have printed out this certificate & QSL card for Glenn VK3YY, who was my S2S contact who allowed me to pass the 250 point mark.
Thanks again Glenn. I hope you like.
I recently found a website called Summitsbase. It can be found at…..
The web site is aimed primarily at Radio Amateurs who participate in programmes such as Summitsbase HuMPs Awards (HEMA) or S2S Awards, Summits on the Air (SOTA), Wainwrights on the Air (WOTA), etc.
The website contains a large amount of information including Summits Spots & Alerts, equipment info & reviews, tips on chasing, etc.
They also offer some awards. Below is the Summit to Summit Award I recently obtained…..
I received my Summit to Summit certificate (250 points) today.
I notched up a large number of Summit to Summit contacts during my recent week away to SE South Australia & western Victoria. In fact it was my contact with Glen VK3YY on the 7th September, that pushed me over the 250 point mark. I was on Mount Rouse, VK3/ VS-048 in south western Victoria, and Glen was on Federation Range, VK3/ VN-003.
I will be sending Glen a certificate & a special QSL card, to thank him for the contact.
I have only been involved in SOTA since March, and have thoroughly enjoyed the last 6 months. Every S2S contact is always a real pleasure.