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Garmin eTrex 20x - downloaded lists

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So I took the plunge and purchased an eTrex 20x. Tested it today on a local urban cache and it worked well.

I've downloaded a number of caches ready for a weekend caching trip.

On geocaching.com my lists are in three separate folders (Days 1-3, 40 per day), but on the device they appear as just one single list of 120.

Is there a way of splitting them into the three folders?

 

Also, can you view all caches from a list on map at the same time, like as a route, rather than individually?

 

Many thanks

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There is no way to split up into lists on the device.

 

You could make routes between caches.  Easiest to do in Basecamp.

 

You should see all caches on the map by default.

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Scroll around this page, for map screens that show more than one cache at a time: https://www.gpsrchive.com/eTrex/eTrex x0x/index.htm

In those examples, there are green squares for unfound caches and smilies for found (may depend on icons loaded).  Remember while navigating to a selected cache, you see that cache icon only.

 

I load offline Lists on my phone App, the same lists I send to my GPS.  Then If I want just caches in a certain List, I got that.  It's all one list on my GPS.

 

 

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Brilliant - thanks very much for the replies. I'll get the hang of it, I'm sure. :unsure:

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