Definitely the worst part. I stepped up a couple of times, but couldn't commit to the transfer of balance onto my right foot without pro, so I ended up coming down and letting Joe lead it. He's a magician with RPs and managed to finagle something marginal and another something marginal.
It was a funny day. We went up there looking to get away from the crowds (it was a Sunday, which is always a late start day for us because I usually don't get in until late on Saturdays and take a couple three beers to unwind!) and thought we'd head up there. There were at least 4 other parties there, and I think another one or two a couple pitches up on various things. It was like a 30-degree-saturday-afternoon-in-the-Canyon crowded... After noting parties starting up on Partition, Overture, Green Beer, and Butterflies are Free, we said hey, let's do Whoops. Eh. someone had gotten on it while we were walking back from Overture. So we said screw it, we'll sit and wait for Partition. So we did. And we sat too far away, because ten minutes later, after we saw the party on it a safe distance ahead, we walked over to find a couple racking up at the base.
Apparently the leader on Whoops was a new leader (?????) and was reaaally slow so we ended up climbing some grungy corner to the left of it and the right of Partition. It was pretty bad. The second pitch of Whoops started with that block pile and then didn't get a whole lot better in terms of bomber pro, as I recall... I seem to remember telling Joe that I was pretty unimpressed with his route, really!!!
I'll tell you what freaks me out: Seneca. Like the whole entire cliff. Seriously. Like if I rap from the top I'm going to lever it too much and send it all toppling over into the stream. Shudder.