Choose from different map layers. We have Apple Maps, Open Street, Map Quest, Google Maps, ArcGIS Topo, and Ordnance Survey maps!
Download caches and maps for offline use then use them later when you are out of service.
Cachly shows all your DNF's so that you can turn those into smilies!
Saving a find as a pending log, or logging a field note, will mark that cache with a check mark so you know you have found it.
*Create a list of Cachly friends by adding users from their profiles or searching for their username.
Import GPX files from Dropbox, iTunes, email and other apps or export and share a GPX of any caches.
Sort the found caches by type, container, size, trackables and many other sort types.
Use the Advanced Search to search for users finds, hides, exclude your finds and hides and so much more.
GPX files from Geocaching Australia and The OpenCaching network can easily be imported into Cachly.
Find the directions and route to the cache using Google Maps, Apple Maps, Waze, Sygic, Navigon, Tom Tom, Gaia, Pocket Earth, HERE maps and Maps.me.
Set default text for logs as well as use keyword replacements for common text such as cache code, date, etc.
Upload multiple images when creating a cache or trackable log.
View your bookmark lists and add caches to them. View other users bookmarks as well!
Translate cache descriptions, hints, and logs from any language to any language.
Some features require a premium Geocaching membership. This is a limitation of the geocaching.com platform not Cachly.
*Cachly friends are not the same as friends on geocaching.com.
Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location.
Signup for an account over at geocaching.com, then come back and download Cachly!