The first few hundred metres you go across the meadow, then you reach the village road. Go down that road for almost two kilometres, then turn left on the narrow asphalt road leading uphill towards the village. You have to go through the village and continue down the marked trail that meanders through the meadow between the groves. One stretch of the trail goes through the forest, and this is where the ascent begins. There is a spring just outside the forest. Drstva summit is not visible untill you're around 50 metres from the peak. On your left is the ridge Subara which connects in the distance with Vito, the second highest peak of Mt Visočica.
The ascent to Drstva (1808 MASL) takes a bit under three hours. Straight below is the canyon of the Rakitnica which separates Mts Visočica and Bjelašnica. You can see the village of Lukomir on the other side, on Mt Bjelašnica. At 1495 MASL, Lukomir is the highest settlement in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the only settlement in the country above 1300 MASL. Below Lukomir you can also see the village of Umoljani. To the right, in the distance, lies the observatory, and behind you is Mt Treskavica. To the left is the ridge that connects Drstva with Vito (1960 MASL) via the peaks Malo brdo (1830 MASL) and Veliko brdo (1884 MASL). This is the return route. You reach Malo brdo first, then Veliko brdo. That part of the track is not very demanding and the ascent is gentle as the difference in altitude is a mere 70 metres. It descends from Veliko brdo to the beginning of the ridge leading to Vito and comes back downhill towards the base, at a pitch.