From Forcella di Riofreddo to the start of Sent. Anita Goitan. First section rocky and steep, but not really exposed and no need for protection. Then there's an (almost) horizontal development with exposed scrambly bits (fixed steel cables for protection in the most exposed places). The trickiest part is just past half-way: a 50 metres drop (with cables in place for protection) which requires a bit of care. Then those 50 metres have to be regained, but there are fitted pegs and a little ladder, so that's not particularly difficult.
Then flat-ish again till the junction with the southern approach to Jof Fuart summit.
In my opinion the path shows the same difficulties either by going west to east or the other way around.
Wicked views, awesome weather, highly recommended! Especially for someone beginner/intermediate who wants to get some more confidence on scrambling and ferratas.