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The Sciambro torrent is one of the few water flows you can find on Etna above 1000 meters of altitude. It is locally called "40 hours", to point out the short life it has just after the rainy days. It is possible to find water there most commonly in winter and sometimes in spring. It seems that the 2002 eruption changed the ground conditions, decreasing the amount of water flowing into the torrent during periods of melting snow. It is best to go to visit the torrent after a rainy day. You can find it from Zafferana Etnea, going toward Milo. Follow the signs to the Citelli refuge, but at the last fork you have to take the right turn, in Piano Provenzana direction. After 2 km, you will see the. It flows . We found it dried-up, so the picture showing the water flow has been provided to us by Francesco, one of our readers. Once there, you can reach one of the two panoramic sites indicated on the road signs. We went to the one called "Secondo Monte". It's a short walk, which just leads you to the front of . From the top you will see: