The township of Savadkuh has emerged from the setting and the expansion of the rural areas in the valley and mountainous region, with a habitat, full of natural vegetation with a moderate climate. Today this vicinity is one of the main centers of tourism.
Savadkuh is a green and lush city in Mazandaran in the region of central Alborz surrounded by the mountain and forest; a city with an attractive nature that is a popular destination for tourists. The climate of this city is temperate and semi-humid. Due to the existence of the green pastures in the region, the main occupations of people are agriculture and animal husbandry. In addition, the coal mine of Pol Sefid constitutes a part of the city’s earnings.
Being located in the neighborhood of connecting ways of the north to the south of Iran plays a vital role in the development of the city. Pol-e-Sefid has been located in the pathway of Tehran to Mazandaran. Moreover, the railroad of Tehran-North passes from this region.
The Veresk bridge connects the railway between Tehran and the Caspian Sea region. It is located in Mazandaran Veresk district of Savadkuh County
Veresk bridge in the direction of Tehran-North railroad was constructed in Veresk village. The bridge is among the most famous and beautiful parts of Tehran-North railroad. Other bridges famous as Se Khat Tala (three golden lines) are the amazing points of this railroad placed after Veresk bridge, between Veresk and Gadouk villages. Veresk waterfall is another tourism attraction of Veresk village.
Savadkuh is a proper place for buying medicinal plants. Interesting among the Savadkuh handicrafts are woodwork, felting, weaving kilim, Jajim and Deliji fabrics. Tireng Pesti, Komaj and Halva are some of the special foods of Savadkuh city.