There are some "raft" runs in the book. I got it last week cause I have some photo credits in there, my wife is on page 418! However, this isn't really a guide book in the classic sense. Most of the run descriptions are short snippets with not enough detail to be an actual "guide". You will have or want to do a lot of further research to actually run many of these creeks/rivers. There are no maps. Also unbelievably there isn't a table of contents or an index in the back. I have a lot of Falcon guides for boating and climbing and in general the publishers QA/QC of the final product is generally poor. Is are on-going jokes in the climbing community of how bad falcon guides are. How they could have put out such a great looking book without a TOC or index is hard to fathom. Good luck looking anything up quickly. That being said, it is a good table top book with great photos that could give you some ideas of cool rivers/creeks to hit up. But a guide book, no it is not.