Col Rosà is the northernmost peak of the Ampezzo basin, one of the less renowned mountains of the area, "only" 2166 metre high. It is a solitary peak, not very popular among hikers because it is not well-linked to the other Dolomites peaks.
The via ferrata stretches out on the exposed south-west face. Even though not very long, it is an enjoyable path with technically demanding pitches and a challenging traverse towards left.
From the summit it is possible to enjoy a wonderful view of Cortina, the Boite valley and the vast area of the Dolomiti d'Ampezzo Nature Park.