"Listing 50 different climbs"....is not the way it was done...the Canadian Rockies offer more diverse climbing then you are probably use to in Colorado. Big wall climbs, extreme waterfall ice climbing, alpine climbing (in the traditional sense, meaning glacier travel is always involved), 20 pitch sport climbs, 20 pitch trad climbs with glacier travel involved (Bugs, etc), ski mountaineering, scrambles involving grizzlies, ice and high river crossings during summer months.
You can buy 30 different guidebooks, some good ones too, Chic Scotts ski mountaineering book a favorite of mine, Kane's scramble book is good although he does not really sort out his favorites..our alpine print resource that has been nick named the "book of lies" for good reason....Corbett's really good 11er book....JJ's waterfall ice climb book is good.....from there it becomes quite geographical, a rock book for Yam, Bow Valley Rock, a rock book for the Ghost, Marc Piche Bugs rock book, Banff Sport climbs....most of which are good guides...not all still avail in print.
The way we have it sorted on SP is extremely logical...by discipline, then by geographical and starred for preference/recommendations. If you want, or in your case, request, information from locals, you have to live with their grading system. Kane got us all on the Easy-Moderate and Difficult scale for scrambles. I along with my friends from Calgary, all appreciate that scale and have no problem living with it. In Canada we do not consider this climbing and they are not mixed with climbing on this site. In my case, I am quick to point out any 5th class sections on a scramble in my beta.
You are not going to get it any more "dumbed down" than that. A little mystery is good for the adventure aspect of what scrambling is all about.