The World Heritage List includes more than 1000 properties (sites) forming part of the cultural and natural heritage which the World Heritage Committee considers as having outstanding universal value.
The World Heritage PSK Award (WHPA) is dedicated to the 10th Anniversary of the European PSK Club. It has been sponsored by Radioarena UK Ltd and devised by the European PSK Club on 1st May, 2016 for two-way PSK contacts with amateur radio stations working from various World Heritage Sites. Contacted expeditions (stations) don't need to be members of the European PSK Club. Contacts with a certain World Heritage Site are valid starting from the date of its designation as per the World Heritage List.
WHPA 25, WHPA 50, WHPA 75, WHPA 100, WHPA 125, WHPA 150, WHPA 175, WHPA 200, WHPA 225, WHPA 250, WHPA 275, WHPA 300, WHPA 325, WHPA 350, WHPA 375, WHPA 400, WHPA 425, WHPA 450, WHPA 475 and WHPA 500 awards may be claimed by any licensed radio amateur, club station or DMS/SWL eligible under the EPC Awards General Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted 25, 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 175, 200, 225, 250, 275, 300, 325, 350, 375, 400, 425, 450, 475 and 500 current (different) World Heritage Sites respectively at the time of application. WHPA reference number should be transmitted like WHPA-XXXX, where XXXX is a 4-digit number of the World Heritage Site exactly per its list.
Activator station should be located within the site territory or if not possible within 1 km around the territory. All maps and site number are available at the World Heritage List.
For example: station operating from Sceilg Mhichíl (Ireland) should send WHPA-0757; station operating from Historic Centre of Kraków (Poland) should send WHPA-0029 and so on.
Please make sure that the «COMMENT» field in your ADIF log contains the contacted station's correct World Heritage Site reference number in format of #WHPA XXXX as explained above (for example: if you made a QSO with a station working from Sceilg Mhichíl (Ireland), your ADIF comment field should be #WHPA 0757). The applicant should work out himself to find a correct site number based on accurate QTH of the worked station if such number is not given during the QSO. This is a mandatory requirement to make able the manager's software to check your application correctly. Please be very careful with the World Heritage Site reference number of the worked station - double check it before applying for the award using online constantly updated World Heritage List.