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Woodcutting
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Released 4 January 2001 (Update)
Also called WC
Members No
Type Gathering
Statistics
Players with
99
107,878
as of 1 May 2022 - update
Players with
200M XP
335
as of 1 April 2022 - update
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Woodcutting is a gathering skill that primarily involves chopping trees to obtain logs used in the Fletching, Firemaking, and Construction skills. Players with a higher Woodcutting level can chop down new types of trees and cut down trees quicker, especially as higher levels of axes become available.

Woodcutting is a useful skill for a low-levelled player to make money early in the game. On the map, locations of rare trees can be located with a tree Rare trees icon.png icon.

Members can also grow their own trees to chop using the Farming skill. Additionally, at level 60 Woodcutting and above (which can be boosted), members can gain access to the Woodcutting Guild, containing a wide variety of useful features.

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Woodcutting level up - normal
The music that plays when levelling up.
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Woodcutting level up - with unlocks
The music that plays when levelling up and unlocking new content.

Types of trees[edit | edit source]

Woodcutting Level Tree Resource Experience Notes Members
1 Tree.png Tree Logs.png Logs 25 The most common tree in Gielinor, these trees are how players start off training Woodcutting. Both evergreen and dead trees (both small and big) also yield logs. Each tree only yields one log, after which they are cut down and respawn in a short time.
Buckets of sap can be acquired by using a knife on the conical variants while having a bucket in one's inventory.
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1 Tree (Tirannwn, 1).png Tree (Tirannwn) Logs.png Logs 25 Found throughout Tirannwn. Equivalent to common trees, but all variants produce sap. 1
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1 Dying tree.png Dying tree Logs.png Logs 25 Can be found in the Wilderness, Varrock, and the Lumber Yard. 0
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1 Dead tree.png Dead tree Logs.pngCharcoal.png Logs or Charcoal 25 Dead trees can be found all around Gielinor. Dead trees found around the Fishing Hamlet, and east of the Lava Dragon Isle (in the Wilderness) give charcoal when cut. 0
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1 Burnt tree (big).png Burnt tree Charcoal.png Charcoal 25 Found around the Fossil Island Volcano. 1
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1 Evergreen.png Evergreen Logs.png Logs 25 Evergreen trees can be found near Falador, near the entrance to the Dwarven Mines, north-west of Barbarian Village, east of Camelot Castle and on Dragontooth Island.
Buckets of sap can be acquired by using a knife on an evergreen tree while having a bucket in your inventory.
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1 Jungle Tree (dark).png Jungle Tree Logs.png Logs 25 They are only found in the Feldip Hunter area, the Kharazi Jungle, and on Ape Atoll.
Several variations of models for the tree and stump exist, likely due to the trees in the Kharazi Jungle being introduced in RuneScape Classic.
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1 Achey Tree.png Achey tree Achey tree logs.png Achey tree logs 25 These trees are used for the members-only quest Big Chompy Bird Hunting, to make ogre bows and arrows. Like normal trees, achey trees only yield one log. 1
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10 Light Jungle.png Light Jungle Thatch spar light.png Thatch spar light 32 Light jungle can only be cut with a machete, and is found near Tai Bwo Wannai. Used in the Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup minigame. When cutting these, many dangerous things may pop out, such as broodoo victims, mosquito swarms, tribesmen, bush snakes and jungle spiders. 1
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15 Oak.png Oak Oak logs.png Oak logs 37.5 These trees are fairly easy to find around wooded areas. Unlike normal trees, oak trees can yield multiple logs, and are used for training once the player has the ability to cut them. 0
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20 Medium Jungle.png Medium Jungle Thatch spar med.png Thatch spar med 55 Medium jungle can only be cut with a machete, and is found near Tai Bwo Wannai. Used in the Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup minigame. When cutting these, many dangerous things may pop out, such as broodoo victims, mosquito swarms, tribesmen, bush snakes and jungle spiders. 1
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30 Willow.png Willow Willow logs.png Willow logs 67.5 These trees are found near water. Players can find them in and around Port Sarim, Draynor Village, Seers' Village, and Champions' Guild. A usually unoccupied area is also at the lake west of Farmer Fred's hut. 0
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35 Teak.png Teak Teak logs.png Teak logs 85 These trees yield teak logs when cut, which are used for Construction training. Teak trees are rather rare, with several lone trees around Castle Wars, Uzer and Ape Atoll. A large cluster can be found in the Hardwood Grove. 1
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35 Dense Jungle.png Dense Jungle Thatch spar dense.png Thatch spar dense 80 Dense jungle can only be cut with a machete, and is found near Tai Bwo Wannai. Used in the Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup minigame. When cutting these, many dangerous things may pop out, such as broodoo victims, mosquito swarms, tribesmen, bush snakes and jungle spiders. 1
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42 Mature juniper tree.png Mature juniper tree Juniper logs.png Juniper logs 35 These trees can only be found in Hosidius, north-west of the charcoal furnaces.
They are primarily cut to obtain juniper charcoal, a component in making dynamite for the blast mine minigame in Lovakengj.
Juniper logs cannot be burned. 1 in 16 chance of depletion when a log is received.
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45 Maple tree.png Maple tree Maple logs.png Maple logs 100 Maple trees are special trees which can be found only in northern Kandarin, Fremennik Province, Corsair Cove Resource Area and the Woodcutting Guild. Experience per log increases to 110 after completing the Kandarin Medium Diary. 0
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45 Hollow tree (1).png Hollow tree Bark.png Bark 82.5 These are found in Slepe and the Haunted Woods, and yield bark, which is used to create Splitbark armour. 1
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50 Mahogany.png Mahogany Mahogany logs.png Mahogany logs 125 Like teak trees, mahogany trees are quite rare, and yield mahogany logs when cut, which are used for Construction training. Mahogany trees can be found in the Hardwood Grove, Ape Atoll, Kharazi Jungle, north of the Farming Guild, and grown on Fossil Island. 1
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54 Arctic Pine.png Arctic pine tree Arctic pine logs.png Arctic pine logs 40 These are found on the islands of Neitiznot, these logs are better used for Firemaking experience rather than Woodcutting. 1
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60 Yew.png Yew Yew logs.png Yew logs 175 The highest levelled tree for free players to cut, yew trees are quite uncommon throughout RuneScape. 0
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62 Blisterwood Tree.png Blisterwood Tree Blisterwood logs.png Blisterwood logs 76 A single tree can be found in the Arboretum in Darkmeyer. 1
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65 Sulliuscep.png Sulliuscep Mushroom.pngSulliuscep cap.pngMort myre fungus.pngNumulite.pngUnidentified small fossil.pngUnidentified medium fossil.pngUnidentified large fossil.pngUnidentified rare fossil.png Mushrooms, sulliuscep caps, Mort Myre fungi and unidentified fossils 127 Found in the Tar Swamp on Fossil Island. They do not respawn like trees, but rather each of the six sulliusceps found throughout the swamp respawn in a fixed rotation once the previous sulliuscep is depleted. 1
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75 Magic tree.png Magic tree Magic logs.png Magic logs 250 These trees are members-only. Cutting these trees takes time as they give logs at a very slow rate. You can find these trees at the Mage Training Arena, Sorcerer's Tower, and south-west of Camelot. There are also a few just west of the south ladder to the bank in the Gnome Stronghold, as well as inside the Woodcutting Guild. Two trees can be found just south of the main bank in Hosidius. 1
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90 Redwood tree.png Redwood tree Redwood logs.png Redwood logs 380 These trees are found in the Woodcutting Guild or grown in the Farming Guild. Has a 1 in 11 chance of depleting a section of the tree when a log is received (all other trees are 1 in 8). Players do not chop the entire tree but rather sections of the trunk that are reached by climbing ladders 1
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Trees chopped in quests and minigames[edit | edit source]

Logs[edit | edit source]

Normal Logs[edit | edit source]

Item Woodcutting Woodcutting GE Price Members
Level Exp
Logs.png Logs 1 25 40 0
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Oak logs.png Oak logs 15 37.5 78 0
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Willow logs.png Willow logs 30 67.5 21 0
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Maple logs.png Maple logs 45 100 10 1
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Yew logs.png Yew logs 60 175 198 0
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Magic logs.png Magic logs 75 250 1,047 1
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Redwood logs.png Redwood logs 90 380 315 1
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Construction Logs[edit | edit source]

Item Woodcutting Woodcutting GE Price Members
Level Exp
Teak logs.png Teak logs 35 85 211 1
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Mahogany logs.png Mahogany logs 50 125 438 1
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Other Logs[edit | edit source]

Item Woodcutting Woodcutting GE Price Members
Level Exp
Achey tree logs.png Achey tree logs 1 25 315 1
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Arctic pine logs.png Arctic pine logs 54 40 643 1
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Special Logs[edit | edit source]

Item Woodcutting Woodcutting GE Price Members
Level Exp
Scrapey tree logs.png Scrapey tree logs 0 25 N/A 1
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Juniper logs.png Juniper logs 42 35 N/A 1
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Bark.png Bark 45 82.5 27 1
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Blisterwood logs.png Blisterwood logs 62 76 N/A 1
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Axes[edit | edit source]

Various equipment may be used to interact with trees. Most trees require an axe to chop.

Woodcutting Level Item Description Members
1 Bronze axe.png Bronze axe Can be used to cut most trees. 0
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Iron axe.png Iron axe
6 Steel axe.png Steel axe
11 Black axe.png Black axe
21 Mithril axe.png Mithril axe
31 Adamant axe.png Adamant axe
35 Blessed axe.png Blessed axe The only axe capable of cutting Undead trees, however unable to chop any other type. Used in the Animal Magnetism quest. Undead trees are NPCs and have a 18 Slayer level requirement to cut. 1
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41 Rune axe.png Rune axe Can be used to cut most trees, possessing the same cutting speed. 0
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41 Gilded axe.png Gilded axe
61 Dragon axe.png Dragon axe 10% faster cut speed than Rune axe. Special attack : Lumber Up, provides a visible +3 boost to Woodcutting, possessing the same cutting speed. 1
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61 3rd age axe.png 3rd age axe
61 &
Firemaking 85
Infernal axe.png Infernal axe Provides the same benefits as a dragon axe, including the special attack, however burns 1/3 of logs cut. This grants 1/2 the Firemaking experience that would normally be gained from doing so. Grants no additional benefit to trees that provide resources that cannot be burned. When depleted of charges, it behaves as a dragon axe.
71 Crystal axe.png Crystal axe 15% faster than a Rune axe. Special attack : Lumber Up, provides a visible +3 boost to Woodcutting. Requires Crystal shards to operate, as such, chopping very low level trees (such as oak and below) with the crystal axe is not recommended as players with 71 Woodcutting likely have maxed out the chance to receive a log. When the axe is depleted of charges, it operates in the same manner as a Dragon axe. Requires completion of Song of the Elves to use.

Mechanics[edit | edit source]

Both Woodcutting level and tier of axe determines players' speed of chopping logs. Players with high enough Attack levels can equip the axes that match the respective metals, but having an axe equipped is not necessary in order to chop a tree; having it in the player's inventory also works.

Most trees follow the same mechanics when cut, rolling to chop a log every 4 game ticks. All trees have different chances to chop a log depending on the tree being cut, the player's woodcutting level, and the axe being used. With a high woodcutting level and a good axe, a 100% success rate can be achieved when cutting certain lower-level trees.[1]

Players have a 1 in 8 chance of depleting most trees that can give more than one log, as well as a 1 in 11 chance of depleting a section of a Redwood tree. Mature juniper trees have the lowest chance of depleting of any tree, at a rate of 1 in 16 when a log is received.[2][3][4]

Because of these mechanics, when a group of players are sharing a limited number of trees, more experience per hour is earned and less clicking is required when the players spread out among different trees instead of chopping down the same one.

Players have a chance to receive the beaver woodcutting pet while chopping trees around Gielinor.

Bird Nests[edit | edit source]

While woodcutting most standard trees, players will occasionally receive bird nests, which fall to the floor and can be picked up. These may be empty, or contain various rings, tree seeds, and rarely a bird's egg. The nests themselves are valuable in their crushed form for use in making Saradomin Brews with the Herblore skill.

The player may also obtain clue nests in a similar fashion, which contain a clue scroll between beginner and elite tiers. While regular bird nests aren't obtainable through chopping redwood trees, clue nests are.

Special woodcutting locations and activities[edit | edit source]

Several locations have unique mechanics that related to woodcutting.

Woodcutting Guild[edit | edit source]

The Woodcutting guild is located in the south-western corner of Hosidius, providing various woodcutting features for members. The guild requires at least level 60 woodcutting and 75% Hosidius favour to enter. Within the guild, players receive an invisible +7 boost to their woodcutting skill, allowing them to chop trees significantly faster, but not trees that require a woodcutting level above their visible level.

The guild contains a wide variety of trees found across Gielinor, including higher level yew and magic trees; all found in close proximity to both a sawmill and bank. It is the only location of redwood trees in the game, except for those grown by the player within the Farming guild. Other notable features include:

Canoes[edit | edit source]

Canoes are a way of travelling along the River Lum. All that is required to use them is an axe and a minimum of level 12 Woodcutting for the lowest level canoe. There are five canoe stations and six stops.

Canoes are a very handy way of getting to Edgeville without an amulet of glory.

Note that while the Wilderness is the last stop, there are no suitable trees to make a canoe, so it is a one-way trip. It drops players off just north of the black chinchompa hunting grounds.

Image Canoe Woodcutting Woodcutting Notes
Level Exp
Log canoe.png A Log 12 30 It will take you one stop along the River Lum. Cannot be used to travel to the Wilderness.
Dugout canoe.png A Dugout 27 60 It can take you up to two stops along the River Lum. Cannot be used to travel to the Wilderness.
Stable Dugout canoe.png A Stable Dugout 42 90 It can take you up to three stops along the River Lum. Cannot be used to travel to the Wilderness.
Waka canoe.png A Waka 57 150 It can take you unlimited stops along the River Lum. The only canoe that can travel into the Wilderness.

Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup[edit | edit source]

Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup is a woodcutting minigame that revolves around hacking jungle bushes around Tai Bwo Wannai with a machete for thatch spars and using them to repair the village fence. Both actions grant favour with the locals, which can be exchanged for trading sticks. Furthermore, gout tubers, proboscides, snake hide, uncut opals, uncut jades, uncut red topazes and tribal masks may be obtained from creatures and rocks that occasionally spawn upon successfully clearing a jungle bush.

Prifddinas[edit | edit source]

The regular trees, yew trees and magic trees found within the walls of Prifddinas have a 1/80 chance of producing a crystal shard in addition to the main product. Despite their models also having embedded crystals, the trees in Gwenith do not yield crystal shards.

Ents[edit | edit source]

Ents are monsters found in the Wilderness and at the Woodcutting guild. They become ent trunks when killed, which can be chopped for random noted logs until it despawns. Ents in the wilderness produce logs at twice the rate of logs from ents at the Woodcutting Guild. Completing the medium tier of the Wilderness Diary further increases the rate.

Farmable trees[edit | edit source]

Oaks, willows, maples, yew trees and magic trees can be planted in any of six tree patches found throughout Gielinor. Teaks and mahoganies can be planted in any of three hardwood patches on Fossil Island. Crystal trees can be planted in the crystal tree patch in Prifddinas. Celastrus trees can be planted in the dedicated celastrus patch and redwood trees in the dedicated redwood tree patch, both found in the advanced tier of the Farming Guild. Crystal trees and celastrus do not grant woodcutting experienced when chopped.

Farmable trees offer the benefit of being visible only to the player who has planted it, thus removing competition. Attempting to chop a tree in a farming patch causes the player to stall for one tick, which allows for 1.5-tick woodcutting.

Obstacles[edit | edit source]

Several obstacles can traversed by chopping them with an axe or machete. These include:

Other[edit | edit source]

Other Equipment[edit | edit source]

Besides axes, other equipment is useful for the Woodcutting skill.

Item Benefit Notes
Machete.png Machete Can be used to cut Light jungle, Medium jungle and, Dense jungle. Used in the jungle of Karamja.
Opal machete.png Opal machete
Jade machete.png Jade machete
Red topaz machete.png Red topaz machete
Lumberjack hat.png Lumberjack hat 0.4% bonus exp. Obtained during the Temple Trekking minigame. Requires the completion of In Aid of the Myreque.[a 1]
Lumberjack top.png Lumberjack top 0.8% bonus exp.
Lumberjack legs.png Lumberjack legs 0.6% bonus exp.
Lumberjack boots.png Lumberjack boots 0.2% bonus exp.
Kandarin headgear 1.png Kandarin headgear 1 Chance to double logs from normal trees. Requires completion of the easy Kandarin Diary.
Kandarin headgear 2.png Kandarin headgear 2 Requires completion of the medium Kandarin Diary.
Kandarin headgear 3.png Kandarin headgear 3 Requires completion of the hard Kandarin Diary.
Kandarin headgear 4.png Kandarin headgear 4 Requires completion of the elite Kandarin Diary.
Strung rabbit foot.png Strung rabbit foot Slightly increases bird's eggs and rings when receiving a bird nest. Does not increase the drop rate of bird nests.
Ring of wealth (i).png Ring of wealth (i) Doubles the chance to receive easy-elite clue nests when in the wilderness. Does not increase the drop rate of beginner clue nests.
Elven signet.png Elven signet Provides a 10% chance to not use a charge when using a crystal axe. The celestial signet provides the same benefit.
Woodcutting cape.png Woodcutting cape Requiring level 99 in the Woodcutting skill, grants a 10% increase in chance to receive a bird nest. Temporary +1 visible boost to Woodcutting. The temporary boost is applied when the cape is worn, and can be removed and reequipped to reapply the boost; however, boosting above 99 only benefits the player when used within the Woodcutting guild.[5]
  1. ^ Wearing the whole set gives an additional 0.5% bonus, totalling to 2.5% bonus experience.

Woodcutting pet[edit | edit source]

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The beaver is a skilling pet that can be obtained while training Woodcutting. The chances of getting it are dependent on the player's Woodcutting level, and the time it takes to gather a resource. Chopping ent trunks and bruma roots will not give players a chance to receive this pet.

Temporary boosts[edit | edit source]

Boost Level
increase
Visibility Other info
Woodcutting cape.png Woodcutting cape 1 Visible Activating the cape's effect will increase the corresponding skill by 1.
Axeman's folly.png Axeman's folly 1 Visible Can only be bought or made through brewing.
Axeman's folly(m).png Mature axeman's folly 2 Visible Can only be bought or made through brewing.
Dragon axe.png Dragon axe 3 Visible Uses 100% of Special attack bar. Requires 60 attack to wield.
Infernal axe.png Infernal axe 3 Visible Uses 100% of Special attack bar. Requires 60 attack to wield.
Requires 61 woodcutting and 85 firemaking to create.
3rd age axe.png 3rd age axe 3 Visible Uses 100% of Special attack bar. Requires 65 attack to wield.
Crystal axe.png Crystal axe 3 Visible Uses 100% of Special attack bar. Requires 70 attack and 50 agility to wield.
Spicy stew.png Spicy stew
(brown spice)
±0-5 Visible Depending on type of stew, any skill can be boosted or reduced by 0 to 5 levels randomly.
Woodcutting Guild.png Woodcutting Guild 7 Invisible The boost takes effect while player is within the Woodcutting Guild.
Stacks with visible boosts. Does not enable your character to chop logs it would otherwise not be able to cut (e.g., 83 woodcutting does not allow you to cut Redwood Logs).

Quests[edit | edit source]

Quests requiring Woodcutting[edit | edit source]

Quest Woodcutting
requirement
Other skill requirements
Animal Magnetism Woodcutting 35 Crafting 19 , Slayer 18 , Ranged 30
Lost City Woodcutting 36 Crafting 31
The Fremennik Trials Woodcutting 40 Fletching 25 , Crafting 40 if crafting your own lyre
Olaf's Quest Woodcutting 50 Firemaking 40
Legends' Quest Woodcutting 50 Agility 50 , Crafting 50 , Herblore 45 , Magic 56 , Mining 52 , Prayer 42 , Smithing 50 , Strength 50 , Thieving 50
Lunar Diplomacy Woodcutting 55 Magic 65 , Crafting 61 , Mining 60 , Firemaking 49 , Defence 40
The Fremennik Isles Woodcutting 56 Construction 20 , Agility 40 , Crafting 46
Sins of the Father Woodcutting 62 Fletching 60 , Crafting 56 , Agility 52 , Attack 50 , Slayer 50 , Magic 49
Song of the Elves Woodcutting 70 Agility 70 , Construction 70 , Farming 70 , Herblore 70 , Hunter 70 , Mining 70 , Smithing 70
Grim Tales Woodcutting 71 Farming 45 , Herblore 52 , Thieving 58 , Agility 59

Quests rewarding Woodcutting experience[edit | edit source]

Quest Experience
reward
Woodcutting
requirement
Other requirements
Enlightened Journey 1,500 - Quest points 20 , Firemaking 20 , Farming 30 , Crafting 36
Recipe for Disaster
(Skrach Uglogwee subquest)
1,500 - Cooking 41 , Firemaking 20
Heroes' Quest 1,575 - Quest points 55 , Cooking 53 , Fishing 53 , Herblore 25 , Mining 50
Monk's Friend 2,000 - -
Animal Magnetism 2,500 Woodcutting 35 Slayer 18 , Crafting 19 , Ranged 30
The Eyes of Glouphrie 2,500 Woodcutting 45 (Ironman mode.png) Construction 5 , Magic 46
The Fremennik Trials 2,812 Woodcutting 40 Fletching 25 , Crafting 40 if crafting your own lyre
Icthlarin's Little Helper 4,000 - -
The Fremennik Isles 10,000 Woodcutting 56 (Ironman mode.png) Construction 20 , Agility 40 , Crafting 46
Grim Tales 14,000 Woodcutting 71 Farming 45 , Herblore 52 , Thieving 58 , Agility 59
Song of the Elves 20,000 Woodcutting 70 Agility 70 , Construction 70 , Farming 70 , Herblore 70 , Hunter 70 , Mining 70 , Smithing 70
Total 62,387

Skill choice[edit | edit source]

Upon completing any of the following quests, players may choose to allocate experience to Woodcutting. These rewards usually come in the form of items, such as lamps or books, and are independent of any experience rewards directly received for completing the quest.

QuestExperience
reward
Skills availableSkill requirements
X Marks the Spot300AnyNone
Client of Kourend500 twiceAnyNone
Fairytale II - Cure a Queen2,500Any skill above 30Farming 49 , Herblore 57
A Tail of Two Cats2,500 twiceAny skill above 30None
The Great Brain Robbery5,000Any skill above 30Crafting 16 , Construction 30 , Prayer 50
King's Ransom5,000Any skill above 50Defence 65
Darkness of Hallowvale2,000 three timesAny skill above 30Construction 5 , Mining 20 , Thieving 22 , Crafting 32 , Magic 33 , Strength 40
A Taste of Hope2,500 three timesAny skill above 35Crafting 48 , Herblore 40 , Attack 40 , Agility 45 , Slayer 38
A Kingdom Divided10,000Any skill above 40Agility 54 , Thieving 52 , Woodcutting 52 , Herblore 50 , Mining 42 ,
Crafting 38 , Magic 35
Architectural Alliance
(miniquest)
10,000Any skill above 40None
In Search of Knowledge
(miniquest)
10,000Any skill above 40None
Curse of the Empty Lord
(miniquest)
10,000Any skill above 50Some players will need Prayer 31
One Small Favour10,000 twiceAny skill above 30Agility 36 , Crafting 25 , Herblore 18 , Smithing 30
Recipe for Disaster
(The final battle)
20,000Any skill above 50Quest points 175 , Cooking 70 , Agility 48 , Mining 50 , Fishing 53 ,
Thieving 53 , Herblore 25 , Magic 59 , Smithing 40 , Firemaking 50 ,
Ranged 40 , Crafting 40 , Fletching 10 , Slayer 10 , Woodcutting 36
Legends' Quest7,650 four timesAttack Strength Defence Magic Hitpoints Prayer
Woodcutting Crafting Smithing Herblore Agility Thieving
Quest points 107 , Agility 50 , Crafting 50 , Herblore 45 , Magic 56 , Mining 52 ,
Prayer 42 , Smithing 50 , Strength 50 , Thieving 50 , Woodcutting 50
Sins of the Father15,000 three timesAny skill above 60Woodcutting 62 , Fletching 60 , Crafting 56 , Agility 52 , Slayer 50 , Attack 50 , Magic 49
Total187,900


References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 4 June 2018. (Archived from the original on 28 May 2020.) Mod Ash: "For oaks and below, a high-level player can get 100% success per roll with an adamant axe, so a rune axe would not help. This is not the case for willows or above."
  2. ^ Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 18 March 2019. (Archived from the original on 30 May 2020.) Mod Ash: "Yes, it's 1/16 for them."
  3. ^ Jagex. Mod John C's Twitter account. 3 June 2016. (Archived from the original on 30 May 2020.) Mod John C: "After the update, the chance of a redwood tree depleting will have decreased from 1 in 16 to 1 in 11."
  4. ^ Jagex. Mod John C's Twitter account. 3 June 2016. (Archived from the original on 30 May 2020.) Mod John C: "All other trees are 1 in 8."
  5. ^ Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 10 July 2017. (Archived from the original on 28 May 2020.) Mod Ash: "That's inconsistent with how stat-boosting normally works, but we were being generous with the guild rules."