PRO - DeLorme Grid

Cachly 8.0 with a Pro subscription has a visual representation for DeLorme challenges where you have found/not found caches for each state (US and parts of Canada only).


In order to show your finds on the DeLorme grid, you will need to import caches. In order to show your finds in specific counties/regions, you will need to import caches into the Counties/Regions section of the app. This can be done by tapping the "Import Data" button, or by tapping the ... button on the top right and choosing "Import Data.” There are several methods used to import your found caches. Many of these methods start with a My Finds pocket query from A My Finds GPX file can be generated on under Premium Tools > Build pocket queries > My Finds. This GPX can then be added to Dropbox, Google Drive, or Files/iCloud to be uploaded into Cachly.

Please note, Adventure Lab finds are NOT INCLUDED in GPX files. After this is completed one time, any future finds logged through Cachly in new counties/regions will automatically register as new counties found for the country chosen.

Importing Options

When the import dialog appears, you will be presented with the following options:

Only My Finds

This option will match the current Cachly user with the user that found each cache in the GPX file import. If you want to import caches you have not found from a GPX file (i.e. the GPX file includes caches found and not found), turn this option off.

Clear on Import

Choose this option if you want to remove all previously imported caches.


Specific DeLorme page challenges can be favorited. When viewing the challenge, tap the heart icon on the top right and that challenge will now be at the top of the list.

Viewing Pages

Navigate to the challenge that you want to view ( More->Settings->DeLorme Grid ), select the State/Province and choose "View All" or one of the pages below. This will show you a map, red for not found, green for found.

Tapping one of the pages will give you an option to view the caches.

Loading Live Caches

You can also load live caches while viewing specific pages within a challenge. Once you log a cache through Cachly for a page that has not previously been found, that page will turn green.

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