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There are over a thousand caches in a town near me, that are still mostly not found, and I am starting to have trouble finding which puzzle caches I have yet to find solutions for.

Is there a map anywhere that can show unknown caches but exclude those with corrected coordinates? The inverse of the Solved Puzzles page would be ideal. If not available it would be nice to make this an option on the Solved Puzzles page.
in Support and help by the Seagnoid (Expert) (43.2k points)

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On the geocaching website, go to play > find a geocache.

Enter the coordinates of the town, adjust the radius to whatever you want.

Select 'Mystery cache'.

Change 'Has selected coordinates' to 'NO'

Click 'search'

It will display the results.

To put them on a map, click the symbol on the right that says map these geocaches.
by Potatonator (11.3k points)
selected by the Seagnoid (Expert)
Of course! Thank you!
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you can check the greasemonkey script GCComment: http://github.com/lukeIam/GCComment/blob/GistImportExport/src/gccomment.user.js

maybe it is a solution for you, otherwise you can add your corrected coordinates into the geocaching note field and PGC will recognized, that you've solved the cache.

by smellfooth (3.7k points)
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Add all unknown caches in the area to the vgps. Sort the vgps by corrected coordinates and remove all with corrected coordinates.
Now you have a list of all your unsolved caches. You can create a map of the vgps if you like to.
by Target. (Expert) (104k points)
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