Info for those who want to get the file working properly on a forerunner unit:
I started with the most recent .gpx Bill linked in this thread, and ran it through gpx2crs (available here
, I scanned it and it came up clean). It creates timestamps for pacing but that just seems to be a requirement for it to work since "virtual partner" is part of the whole deal.
After it spit out a .crs I loaded it in Garmin Training Center, and then uploaded it to my forerunner. I took a look at the map and it works perfectly - granted it's just a line, no topo data or any other information. If creation of a .crs could be built in to 14ers.com I'd be mind-blowingly stoked, especially if we could set the pacing ourselves to make sure we're on schedule etc. However, if all the GPX files would be spit out the way you've made that Bierstadt one, it's nothing more than a 30-60 second conversion and would be awesome for a nav aid.
Let me know if Longs gets updated the way Bierstadt has, I'm planning on my annual jaunt up the keyhole route soon and could do a field test before winter hits.