Print and take to the pub for planning (PATTPFP)

I don’t know if this is the right forum, but I’m looking for a tool to use for planning geocaching trips.
Current plan is to find 160 caches.

I would love to be able to add waypoints to a map.
Then print the map in high quality.

The waypoints are solved mystery caches and should not be shared with others.
I need the highest possible zoom level.

Am I in the right place?

Kind regards Jgaard

Hi. I don’t have a direct answer, but I do something vaguely similar, just without paper.

Do you have an Android tablet by any chance? That’s what I take to the pub, for planning mountain hikes with this group of friends, or caching runs with that group. It runs Locus Map (free or pro), which is both a superb map app (OSM of course), and a very functional caching app.

With that app, solved caches - assuming you’ve entered the solved coords on the website - show in the correct locations on the display after downloading a pocket query. No one else except your friends across the table have to know. :sunglasses:

I also love having the same app on the tablet, for large-screen planning, and also on the phone, for navigating and caching in the field. Only have to learn one app this way.

Isn’t this a thing of beauty?

Do you know that has the option “Corrected Coordinates (hidden from others)”?

And have a look to GC little helper II:

A browser addon for
With a lot of features and export of waypoints