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Looking for Lab Cache GPX files

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Is there a place where I can download the GPX files for the block party and the APE event lab caches?

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Here are all the Lab Cache GPX files that I have collected.

 

Note that list contains an _All_Lab_Caches.gpx file where all the IDs have been changed from GC-n to unique codes.

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Go to your found lab caches list and click on one of the headers (not the individual labs, but the header for a set of labs). You'll end up with a url such as

https://labs.geocaching.com/Adventures/Details/8d09f6fa-2a03-4a39-aba7-bf57a612875f

 

Now change the "Details" part of the url to "DetailsAsGPX" and hit the enter key. This will download the GPX file for that set of labs. This works for all labs since the first lab cache just over a year ago.

 

(Found in an other thread)

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I am moving this thread from the How Do I...? forum to the Lab Caches forum.

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Go to your found lab caches list and click on one of the headers (not the individual labs, but the header for a set of labs). You'll end up with a url such as

https://labs.geocaching.com/Adventures/Details/8d09f6fa-2a03-4a39-aba7-bf57a612875f

 

Now change the "Details" part of the url to "DetailsAsGPX" and hit the enter key. This will download the GPX file for that set of labs. This works for all labs since the first lab cache just over a year ago.

 

(Found in an other thread)

 

This was a great tip! Exactly what I was looking for. I wanted to import them into GSAK. Thanks,

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Thanks for this discussion. I've just managed to download the GPX files for all of my lab cache finds :) Much appreciated! :)

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Go to your found lab caches list and click on one of the headers (not the individual labs, but the header for a set of labs). You'll end up with a url such as

https://labs.geocaching.com/Adventures/Details/8d09f6fa-2a03-4a39-aba7-bf57a612875f

 

Now change the "Details" part of the url to "DetailsAsGPX" and hit the enter key. This will download the GPX file for that set of labs. This works for all labs since the first lab cache just over a year ago.

 

(Found in an other thread)

 

Is this still working. I have some labcaches I need download to gpx.

Just added DetailsAsGPX at the end and nothing changed.

Does this needs to be .DetailsAsGPX or DetailsAsGPX?

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Just added DetailsAsGPX at the end and nothing changed.

Does this needs to be .DetailsAsGPX or DetailsAsGPX?

Nobody says you should put it at the end. Please read your quoted posting again:

[...] Now change the "Details" part of the url to "DetailsAsGPX" [...]

 

That is:

Change

https://labs.geocaching.com/Adventures/Details/8d09f6fa-2a03-4a39-aba7-bf57a612875f

To

https://labs.geocaching.com/Adventures/DetailsAsGpx/8d09f6fa-2a03-4a39-aba7-bf57a612875f

 

Hans

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On 24/05/2016 at 8:05 AM, EveRan2013 said:

 

Is this still working. I have some labcaches I need download to gpx.

Just added DetailsAsGPX at the end and nothing changed.

Does this needs to be .DetailsAsGPX or DetailsAsGPX?

Yes, it does still work. However I think where the confusion comes in is that instead of the page changing, it just downloads the GPX file into your downloads folder.

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