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A route is a series of waypoints entered in the order that you want to navigate to them. This can be useful if you are planning a caching trip and want to hunt the caches in a certain order. They can also be useful for certain types of multi-caches.

Caches Along A Route is a type of Pocket Query developed By It works by useing a track submited by users.

My Route is a function developed by Geocaching Australia to show you caches within a defined distance from a route you have chosen.