In this paper we study approximation algorithms for multi-route cut problems in undirected graphs. In these problems the goal is to find a minimum cost set of edges to be removed from a given graph such that the edge-connectivity (or node-connectivity) between certain pairs of nodes is reduced below a given threshold K. In the usual cut problems the edge connectivity is required to be reduced below 1 (i.e. disconnected). We consider the case of K = 2 and obtain poly-logarithmic approximation algorithms for fundamental cut problems including single-source, multiway-cut, multicut, and sparsest cut. These cut problems are dual to multi-route flows that are of interest in fault-tolerant networks flows. Our results show that the flow-cut gap between 2-route cuts and 2-route flows is poly-logarithmic in undirected graphs with arbitrary capacities. 2-route cuts are also closely related to well-studied feedback problems and we obtain results on some new variants. Multi-route cuts pose interesting algorithmic challenges. The new techniques developed here are of independent technical interest, and may have applications to other cut and partitioning problems.