SaludaNestled at the foot of the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Saluda is a great place to enjoy seasonal beauty throughout the year.
Since the 1960's Saluda has experienced a steady growth of people seeking simpler, more peaceful lives. Saluda is now home to many artists and craftspeople. Even though the train no longer runs through Saluda, the mayor and former mayor are working on a project to get another passenger train to run through Saluda once again. Today Saluda has been recognized as a National Historic District.
Located between Tryon and Saluda, Pearson’s Falls is a 90-foot waterfall surrounded by 268 acres of forest. People from many places come to Saluda making tourism one of the town's main enterprises. Outdoor enthusiasts are drawn to Saluda for the Green River, hiking, mountain biking, fly fishing and more.