Hi. I went for my first green season overnight hike for the 2018/19 green season. I have never been along the Rocky Creek track or the Mt. McLeod track at Mt. Buffalo N.P. On the map they look like they have potential in XC ski season if there is a good heavy low level dump of snow. Anyway I went up there and I did not see anyone out there along either track. It was peaceful and enjoyable. I went with a day pack out to Mac's point and back on Monday morning (19/11/18). There was some timber down on the foot track that leads to Mac's Point. The walking routes are well sign posted. The possibilities for XC skiing along the way at Wild Dog Plain look quite good in the right conditions. I went back to my car and swapped the day pack for my overnight pack and went out to camp at Dell's plain near Mt. McLeod. Along the way I tried to find the route up to Anderson's peak but didn't find any sign of a foot pad or any such route indicator following the compass in a direction that was S.W. . So I turned back and headed on to set up my camp, fetch water , and climb up the boulders to the summit of Mt. McLeod. The alternative foot route from near the start of the Mt. McLeod track at the Reservoir Road sidles around the big dip down and a climb up that one encounters along the fire trail. However it was a bit overgrown and one had to squeeze under or scramble over some fallen timber. The Main fire trail had some HUGE fallen logs across it. Water was flowing under the track at a number of ferny gullies. I suspect water might dry up out there by February. It was a clear day and the views from the rocky summit were excellent. The evening was clear. I saw some stars and the moon during the course of a nocturnal micturition trip. My new summer SALEWA MICRA 2 tent is a worthy investment. The weather at day break , the next day was very good and I was off and walking by 7 am or thereabouts. I left a message at the Park Office about the heavy timber on the Mt. McLeod Fire trail and went and had lunch at about 11 am at the Chalet area. I was driving back to Melbourne in a fierce thunderstorm on Tuesday afternoon. Driving on the Hume Highway in those conditions was challenging.