Campanine is a wide area in the center of the Reserve characterized by natural steps with high rocky walls, alternating with plateaus. The site is famous cause of the high concentration of rock art of historical era. In fact, archaeological researches have found more than 100 engraved rocks.
The archaeological area of Foppe is characterized by densely-carved panels placed along a circle route.
The engravings here found date from the V mill. B.C. until the early Middle Ages. The entrance to the area through an ancient cobblestone path gives the opportunity to visit the didactic museum of Nadro. At the entrance of the historical area there is a rest area equipped with a covered picnic area, a standpipe and a toilet.
The National Park of the Rock Engravings of Naquane, in Capo di Ponte, was the first park established in Valle Camonica in 1955. The area is one of the most important complex of carvings within the UNESCO World Heritage site n. 94 "Rock Art of Valle Camonica". Inside it we can admire even 104 engraved rocks, completed with information panels and divided into 5 easily accessible paths about 3 km long.
Within the Park it is possible to appreciate, thanks to five visiting paths, various types of engravings .
Of considerable importance is rock 12 in Seradina I area, on which it is possible to admire a hundred engraved figures. Extremely accurate and dynamic, they represent deer hunting scenes and plouthing scenes: duelists, knights, deer with big horns, dogs with wide open mouths, heroes who stop snakes with bare hands and raising arms prayers.
It is an highly evocative archaeological area, not only for the natural context, but also for its great importance in the Camunian art studies history. In fact the found of these engraved rocks occurred in 1909 by the young geographer Gualtiero Laeng, and it consists in the first mention of Valle Camonica's rock engravings. This site represents a shrine in the Copper Age.