Below the mountain is the Rudnici Tušnica mine, founded in 1888 . It is divided into three companies: a coal -Tagebau, a lignite -Tagebau and a quarry . The total production in 1998 was 37,500 t. Due to the large reserves (approx. 600 million tons) of brown coal in the municipalities of Livno and Tomislavgrad , a thermal power plant is planned in the area .
Transmitting systems at the summit send signals from Bosnian television and radio programs. There is also a cell phone transmitter on the mountain. The power supply of the transmission systems is ensured via the village of Prisoje . At the beginning of the Bosnian War , on May 8, 1992, the transmission systems were destroyed by the Yugoslav People's Army by a rocket attack, but were later rebuilt.
Surroundings of Tušnica
From the summit, weather permitting, you have a view of the island of Brač , the Kamešnica and Livanjsko Polje , as well as the Duvanjsko Polje mountains. The Biokovo Mountains in the hinterland of Dalmatia can also be seen.
Ascent to the summit
It takes about 4 hours from Prisoje to the top. This ascent is considered particularly steep and exhausting.