The flow field inside a triangular cooling channel for the leading edge of a gas turbine blade has been investigated. The efforts were focused on the investigation of the interaction between effects of rotation, of buoyancy forces, and those induced by turbulence promoters, i.e., perpendicular square ribs placed on both leading and trailing sides of the duct. Particle image velocimetry (PIV) and stereo-PIV measurements have been performed for ReDh = 104, rotation number of 0, 0.2, and 0.6, and buoyancy parameter equal to 0, 0.08, and 0.7. Coriolis secondary flows are detected in the duct cross section, but contrary to the smooth case, they are characterized by a single main vortex and are less affected by an increase of the rotation parameter. Moreover, their main topology is only marginally sensitive to the buoyancy forces. Conversely, the features of the recirculation structure downstream the ribs turned out to be more sensitive to both the buoyancy forces and to the stabilizing/destabilizing effect on the separated shear layer induced by rotation.