In 2010 I downloaded all the tracks then available from the ATA website, split the bigger ones into 500 point segments, and loaded them on to my Garmin GPS. I also imported the tracks into National Geographic TOPO software and printed paper maps. This took over 8 hours of constant attention.
Garmin now offers a chip with the AZT on 1:24k topo maps as the background imagery. Plug it into the gps receiver and you're good to go. IMO the chip is well worth the price.
The bear went over the mountain to see what he could see.