Anerobic (AnT) test looks good. 170 would be a good take away. Ignore the drift as the minimal gain/loss affects it for sure. If you analyze the first 10 min of the test which is flattest you’ll see an 10% drift. If you look at the next 10 min or so with the downhill its actually -1.5%.
For the aerobic AeT test I was looking at the October 11 data. A little hard to tell as its rolling a bit as well (you can see the HR rise and fall with the terrain) but it does look like 145-150 from that test. I would try and do it again on a running track and see if the data looks similar. Also hiking on a steep incline TM would give you another data point for comparison.