Cache Stats

Analyze your "My Finds" GPX file and figure out where you have cached, how many different types of caches you've hit, and much more!

First, log into your Geocaching premium account. Under the Pocket Queries, you have the option to generate a "My Finds" file that lists all of the caches and events you have found. Press the button and get the .zip file in your email. Next, just upload the .zip file to this site and you will get all sorts of details on the next page.

GPX file: (Can be zipped)
- Show county breakdown for U.S. states
Show milestones every caches

The more finds you have, the longer this can take, especially if you checked the box to get a list of the counties where you have found a cache.

Today's redneck once referred to a common, uneducated laborer in the southern U.S. They were called "red necks" because of their suntan/sunburn from working outdoors in the hot sun. Tyler Akins <>
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