The route, inaugurated in 2019, runs inside a large underground chamber, the Lacus. Tibetan bridges, a cable car and a climbing wall in an evocative and safe environment to understand the water-life duo. The ancient space, characterised by a large square stone vault, was recovered by the Association's volunteers, who rescued it from abandonment and negligence to make it a suitable place to host an underground didactic adventure park, the first in Italy and in Europe within a Historical Centre.
Used once as a water reservoir (hence the Latin name 'Lacus'), it can only be the best location to speak about 'Sister Water' and - therefore - about its importance for Earth's life. Participants in the tour will not only ... more
Used once as a water reservoir (hence the Latin name 'Lacus'), it can only be the best location to speak about 'Sister Water' and - therefore - about its importance for Earth's life. Participants in the tour will not only be able to experience the excitement of Tibetan bridges and high-altitude passages, descend on a cable car and climb alongside a large waterfall gushing out of the concretions of a cave, but will also be able to understand how this precious resource is an asset to be protected. The personal devices each participant wears and the preparatory mini-course on their use, in addition to adequately trained personnel, ensure safety during the route. The survey and protection of underground water resources is one of the main aims of speleology, to which the entire Narni Adventures route refers. The equipment used by the participants, but also the location of the 'Lacus' have as their common thread this discipline that unites Creation with science and adventure. Thanks to big pictures, didactic panels and reconstructions, the adults' curiosity, but especially the children's, is stimulated to reflect on how the good of water should only be defended and exploited rationally and intelligently.less
Children must be at least 130 cm tall.
An extraordinary journey into the underground passages of ancient Narnia that inspired C.S. Lewis, author of the famous Chronicles. You'll be delighted as you enter an ancient underground church dedicated to St. Michael the Archangel and continue through the labyrinth of the old city to relive a fascinating story.