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Types of Hatchet:

The following table shows what level attack you need to wield a hatchet, and what level woodcutting you need to use each hatchet. If you cannot wield the hatchet, you may still use it as long as you have the required woodcutting level and have the hatchet in your inventory.

Image
Item Name
Attack Level
To Wield
Woodcutting
Level To Use
Member's Only
Dwarven Army Axe
Dwarven army axe
1 1 Yes
Bronze Hatchet
Bronze hatchet
1 1 No
Iron Hatchet
Iron hatchet
10 6 No
Steel Hatchet
Steel hatchet
20 6 No
Black Hatchet
Black hatchet
25 6 No
Mithril Hatchet
Mithril hatchet
30 21 No
Adamant Hatchet
Adamant hatchet
40 31 No
Sacred Clay Hatchet
Sacred clay hatchet
1 40 Yes
Volatile Hatchet
Volatile hatchet
1 40 Yes
Rune Hatchet
Rune hatchet
50 41 No
Dragon Hatchet
Dragon hatchet
60 61 Yes
Inferno Adze
Inferno Adze
1 61 Yes
Crystal hatchet
Crystal hatchet
70 71 Yes

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Types of Trees:

Tree Name Image Logs Required
Level
Experience Member's Only Location
Regular Tree Regular Tree Regular Logs
Regular Logs
1 25 No Everywhere.
Dead Tree Dead Tree Regular Logs
Regular Logs
1 25 No Wilderness, Draynor Manor Map, and Goblin Village.
Evergreen Evergreen Tree Regular Logs
Regular Logs
1 25 No Heroes' Guild, and near the Ice Mountain.
Achey Tree Achey Tree Achey Tree Logs
Achey tree logs
1 25 Yes South of Castle Wars, and north of Oo'glog.
Oak Tree Oak Tree Oak Logs
Oak logs
15 37.5 No Everywhere.
Willow Tree Willow Tree Willow Logs
Willow logs
30 67.5 No Northeast of Lumbridge Castle, Draynor Village,
south of Rimmington, north of Seers' Village bank,
east of Port Sarim, west of Fred's farm in Lumbridge,
west of Witchaven, west of the Barbarian Assault
arena, southeast of Yanille.
Teak Tree Teak Tree Teak Logs
Teak logs
35 85 Yes Southwest of Castle Wars,
Tai Bwo Wannai Village,
Ruins of Uzer, Kharazi Jungle,
Ape Atoll, and on the
islands northeast of Mos Le'Harmless.
Cursed Willow Tree Roots Cursed Willow Tree Roots Cursed Willow Logs
Cursed willow logs
37 15 Yes After the Summer's End
quest in the caves north
of the ruined farms in
the Wilderness.
In the first cave that the
Corporeal Beast is found in.
Maple Tree Maple Tree Maple Logs
Maple logs
45 100 No North of Seers' Village bank, West of the Legends' Guild,
West of Sinclair Mansion, and on the Daemonheim woodcutting island.
Hollow Tree Hollow Tree Bark
Bark
45 82.5 Yes East of Canifis.
Mahogany Tree Mahogany Tree Mahogany Logs
Mahogany logs
50 125 Yes Tai Bwo Wannai Village, Ape Atoll, Kharazi Jungle,
and on the islands Northeast of Mos Le'Harmless.
Arctic Pine Tree Arctic Pine Arctic pine logs
Arctic pine logs
54 140.2 Yes Neitiznot (must have started The Fremennik Isles quest).
Eucalyptus Tree Eucalyptus Eucalyptus Logs
Eucalyptus logs
58 165 Yes North of Oo'glog.
Yew Tree Yew Trees Yew Logs
Yew logs
60 175 No North of Varrock Palace, south of Varrock Church,
south of Falador, west of Port Sarim, north of Rimmington,
south of Edgeville, between Draynor Village and Lumbridge,
Lumbridge graveyard, south of Seers' Village, west of Catherby,
and in southeastern part of the Tree Gnome Stronghold.
Choking Ivy Choking Ivy None 68 332.5 Yes On the northern wall of the Falador park,
On the northern wall of the Varrock Palace,
On the southeastern outer wall of the Varrock Palace,
On the south side of the southern wall of Falador,
Southeast of Taverley,
On the eastern wall of the East Ardougne church,
On the north side of the north wall of Yanille,
On the southern wall of Castle Wars
Magic Tree Magic Magic Logs
Magic logs
75 250 Yes South of Seers' Village, near the Legends' Guild, Lletya,
Tree Gnome Stronghold, east of the Mage Training Arena,
in the Varrock Sewers Resource Dungeon and at the farm ruins (Wilderness level 23).
Cursed Magic Tree Cursed Magic Tree Cursed Magic Logs
Cursed magic logs
82 275 Yes Farm ruins (Wilderness level 23, after the Spirit of Summer quest).
Bloodwood Tree Bloodwood Tree Bloodwood Logs
Bloodwood logs
85 320 Yes Wilderness locations:
  • Chaos Temple
  • Northeast of the Demonic Ruins
  • South of the Pirates' Hideout
Quest related locations:
Elder Tree Magic Elder Logs
Elder logs
90 325 Yes .
Crystal Tree Magic None 94 434.5 Yes

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Dungeoneering Woodcutting:

While training the Dungeoneering skill, you will occasionally see different types of trees that you can cut down. The branches you receive can be used in either the Firemaking or Fletching skill. You will only be able to cut trees in dungeons with a Complexity level of 2 or above. For more information on what you can make with these branches, please refer to our Fletching guide.

Dungeoneering Hatchets:

Below is a table showing all the different kinds of hatches available to you while Dungeoneering.

Item Image Woodcutting
Level To Use
Member's Only
Novite hatchet Novite Hatchet 1 No
Bathus hatchet Bathus Hatchet 10 No
Marmaros hatchet Marmaros Hatchet 20 No
Kratonite hatchet Kratonite Hatchet 30 No
Fractite hatchet Fractite Hatchet 40 No
Zephyrium hatchet Zephyrium Hatchet 50 Yes
Argonite hatchet Argonite Hatchet 60 Yes
Katagon hatchet Katagon Hatchet 70 Yes
Gorgonite hatchet Gorgonite Hatchet 80 Yes
Promethium hatchet Promethium Hatchet 90 Yes
Primal hatchet Primal Hatchet 99 Yes

Dungeoneering Trees:

Below is a table showing all the different kinds of trees that you can cut down while Dungeoneering.

Tree Name Image Branch Name Image Woodcutting
Level To Cut
Experience Member's Only
Tangle Gum Tree Tangle Gum Tree Tangle gum branches Tangle Gum Branches 1 35 No
Seeping Elm Tree Seeping Elm Tree Seeping elm branches Seeping Elm Branches 10 60 No
Blood Spindle Tree Blood Spindle Tree Blood spindle branches Blood Spindle Branches 20 85 No
Utuku Tree Utuku Tree Utuku branches Utuku Branches 30 115 No
Spinebeam Tree Spinebeam Tree Spinebeam branches Spinebeam Branches 40 145 No
Bovistrangler Tree Bovistrangler Tree Bovistrangler branches Bovistrangler Branches 50 175 Yes
Thigat Tree Thigat Tree Thigat branches Thigat Branches 60 210 Yes
Corpsethorn Tree Corpsethorn Tree Corpsethorn branches Corpsethorn Branches 70 245 Yes
Entgallow Tree Entgallow Tree Entgallow branches Entgallow Branches 80 285 Yes
Grave Creeper Tree Grave Creeper Tree Grave creeper branches Grave Creeper Branches 90 330 Yes

Daemonheim Resource Dungeon:

If you enjoy Dungeoneering, there is a resource dungeon on Daemonheim that has a few rare trees inside it, including maple trees accessible on free-to-play worlds:

Dungeoneering
level required
Image Detailed location Contents
30 daemonheim resource dungeon location On Daemonheim, near the boat to Al kharid, on the south eastern tip of the island 8 Maple trees, 6 Willow trees and 3 Yew trees (Yews required completion of the Medium Daemonheim tasks).

Tai Bwo Wannai Clean Up:

In the Tai Bwo Wannai Clean Up activity you need the help out the villagers by cutting back the jungle plants around their village and repairing the fence, that surrounds the village. To start helping the villagers, you must have completed the Jungle Potion quest. Additionally, you need a manchete to cut down these plants. Below, you can find a list of the jungle plants you might encounter and the available machetes. For more information on the activity, refer to the Tai Bwo Wannai Clean Up activity guide.

Jungle Trees:

Tree Name Image Logs Name Image Woodcutting
Level To Cut
Experience Member's Only
Light Jungle Light Jungle Thatch spar light Thatch Spar Light 10 32 Yes
Medium Jungle Medium jungle Thatch spar med Thatch Spar Med 20 55 Yes
Dense Jungle Dense jungle Thatch spar dense Thatch Spar Dense 35 80 Yes

Machetes:

Item Image Woodcutting
Level To Use
Member's Only Where Found
Machete Machete 1 Yes Bought at the general stores in Tai Bwo Wannai Village and Shilo Village for 57 coins
Opal machete Opal Machete 1 Yes Bought from Gabooty in Tai Bwo Wannai Village for 600 Trading sticks.
Made by Safta Doc in exchange for 3 cut/uncut Opals, 1 Gout tuber, and 300 Trading sticks.
Jade machete Jade Machete 1 Yes Bought from Gabooty in Tai Bwo Wannai Village for 1200 Trading sticks.
Made by Safta Doc in exchange for 3 cut/uncut Jades, 1 Gout tuber, and 600 Trading sticks.
Red topaz machete Red Topaz Machete 1 Yes Bought from Gabooty in Tai Bwo Wannai Village for 2400 Trading sticks.
Made by Safta Doc in exchange for 3 cut/uncut Red topazes, 1 Gout tuber, and 1200 Trading sticks.

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Lumberjack Clothes:

Lumberjack clothes are a possible reward from the Temple Trekking/Burgh de Rott Ramble activity. When worn, each piece will give you an additional amount of experience while cutting trees. The complete set will yield you a 5% experience bonus per log chopped.

Name Image Woocutting
Level To Wear
XP Bonus
Lumberjack hat Lumberjack hat 44 1%
Lumberjack top Lumberjack top 44 1%
Lumberjack legs Lumberjack legs 44 1%
Lumberjack boots Lumberjack boots 44 1%
Complete set 5%

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Bird Nests:

Bird nest

Occasionally, a Bird nest will fall out of a tree. If you search a nest you might receive items such as Rings, Seeds for Farming, and Bird's eggs. The bird's eggs can be incubated and raised as pets using the Summoning skill. Empty nests can be ground up and used to make Saradomin brews.

Note: Wearing a strung rabbit foot increases your chance in receiving a bird nest.

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Canoes:

Your woodcutting skills can be used to make canoes for travelling along the river Lum, which runs from Lumbridge up to level 35 wilderness. To cut a canoe out of a tree you will need a hatchet as well as a certain Woodcutting level (see table below). For any questions about Canoes, you can talk to the nearby stationguard.

Canoes

How to make a Canoe:

  1. Head to one of the stations and cut down the unusual big tree there.
  2. Click on the fallen tree and select the canoe you want to make.
  3. Push the canoe into the water by clicking on it.
  4. Click on the canoe and select where you want to go. Remember, higher level canoes can float further than the others, and give more woodcutting experience. It is there advised that you build the highest level canoe you can make.

Canoe Stations:

There are 5 stations located along the river Lum where you can travel to. From South to North (you can travel both ways), they are:

  • Lumbridge, at the west side of the river, just east of the furnace
  • Champions Guild, at the east side of the river, just west of the wheat field.
  • Barbarian Village, at the east side of the river, south of the bridge to the village.
  • Edgeville, at the east side of the river, south of the bridge.
  • Level 35 Wilderness, the little lake south of where the Moss Giants are, between Red Dragon Isle and the Lava Maze. Only Waka canoes can come here. WARNING: You cannot go back from this station!

Types of Canoes:

Name Woodcutting
Required
Experience How Far It Can Travel.
Log 12 30 One station away, cannot enter wilderness.
Dugout 27 60 Two stations away, cannot enter wilderness.
Stable Dugout 42 90 Three stations away, cannot enter wilderness.
Waka 57 150 Any station on the river, including the wilderness exit.

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Evil Tree:

In the Evil Tree Distractions and Diversions you help the Leprechauns with getting rid of the Evil trees that they have accidentally grown. These Evil Trees need to be cut or burned down to preserve the forest. There are two ways start aiding the Leprechauns, you can search for newly growing Evil Trees yourself or wait for others to find them and join in just to take them down. If you have completed the Tree Gnome Village quest, then you may hunt for the sapling yourself, which will grow into Evil Trees. When a sapling has sprouted, it can be nurtured using the Farming skill to speed up its growth. Once a sapling has fully grown into an Evil Tree, then you can dispatch of it by using your Woodcutting and Firemaking skills. Once an Evil tree has been put to death you may clean your reward, consisting of noted logs, random items, and the temporary ability to automatically bank logs if your inventory is full. For more information, please refer to the Evil Tree Distractions and Diversions guide.

Evil Tree

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Money Making:

To make money out of your woodcutting at a lower level we recommend you chop regular or oak trees. Both these type of logs are in in high demand by players training their Fletching or Construction skill. You can either fletch the regular logs into arrow shafts or just sell the logs themselves. Oak logs are bought by players training their Construction skill to be made into planks. When you have achieved level 40 in woodcutting you could switch to willows, tough they do not sell for that much compared to regular and oak logs. If you are after money and not so much after experience you should stick with chopping regular or oak trees.

Once you reach level 60, Woodcutting becomes a interesting tool for moneymaking as it will be easy to chop maple trees (requires 45 Woodcutting). Maple logs are very popular with players training their fletching. Non-members are also after these logs since they are the only cheap alternative compared to yew to train their Firemaking skill on. From level 75 on this skill becomes a great way to earn money. Cutting yew logs at this level is the best option you have to earn money as they are in high demand by fletchers going for a Fletching skillcape. You may be able to cut magic trees at level 75 which, we recommend you stick with yews. Although magic logs sell for a lot more, you should wait until you have reached level 85. Even if you passed the level 85 mark, chopping magic logs in bulk will still take you days.

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Training Methods:

Level 1-25:

To start off your Woodcutting training look for locations with many regular trees or dead trees and start chopping. Draynor Village, Draynor Manor, and Seer's Village are great places to train as they have a bank nearby. What to do with the logs? You can either bank them to be sold afterwards, or use them to train your Firemaking skill. Members have the option to fletch the logs into arrow shafts. The advantage of using this last method is that you do not have to be near a bank. At level 15 you could switch to oaks but until you reach level 20, cutting oak trees will be very slow. If you in the neighborhood of Draynor or Seer's Village, you can switch between oak and regular trees if you feel the need for it.

Level 20-40:

Because of the fact that cutting willows at level 30 or teaks at level 35 is considerably slow, the best trees to be chopped from level 20 to 40 are oaks. Quite a lot of oak trees can be found east of Draynor bank, West of Catherby bank, and near Castle Wars.

Level 40-60:

When you reach level 40, chopping a full inventory of willow logs will become substantially faster. Non-members who wish to bank the their logs should head over to the willow trees just southwest of Draynor Bank. Just west of Draynor village and a it further away from the bank are another four willow trees. If you are F2P and are only after fast experience, then the place to be is the willow trees just south of Rimmington. This location is not as popular as the only option to get rid of your logs is to sell them to the local general store. Members who have completed the Rocking Out quest may also train at this location since this quest unlocks the ability to deposit logs in your locker. There are two additional locations for members where willow trees can be found near a bank. North of Seer's Village is on of them. The other spot can be found just outside of the entrance to the Barbarian Assault arena. Players may use the deposit box at the Barbarian Assault complex to bank the logs. Member who wish to make a fair amount of money out of Woodcutting can switch to teaks instead of willows. Locations with teak trees suitable for training can be found southwest of Castle Wars, on Ape Atoll, in the Kharazi Jungle, and on the island northeast of Mos Le'Harmless. Member who have started the Tai Bwo Wannai Clean Up activity may chop teak trees at the Teak and Mahogany plantation east of the village at the cost of 100 trading sticks per trip. Although there is no bank in the village, you can use Rionasta's parcel service to bank your logs. Rionasta will take any item to the bank for a fee of 10 trading sticks. Chopping maples at level 45 is not a good idea as it is quite slow. Therefore, members should to hold off on cutting maples until they reach level 60.

Level 60-75:

Chopping willows does not give as much experience as chopping maples. If you want to earn a fair amount of money while training your Woodcutting, you should switch to maple once you have achieved level 60. Maple logs are in high demand by players training their Firemaking and Fletching skills. Maple trees can be found scattered around Seer's Village, and outside of the Legend's Guild. Those who are looking for experience only are advised to switch to choking ivy. The downside of chopping this plant, is that you do not receive any logs and therefore no money. The only option for nonmember at these levels are willows. Although if you are in need of money you may switch to cutting yews trees once you get to level 60. However, getting a full inventory of yew logs at these levels takes up a lot of time. Another option for members to earn money at this stage is to cut mahogany trees. These type of trees can be found on Ape Atoll, in the Kharazi Jungle, and on the island northeast of Mos Le'Harmless. Member who have started the Tai Bwo Wannai Clean Up activity may chop mahogany trees at the Teak and Mahogany plantation east of the village at the cost of 100 trading sticks per trip. Although there is no bank in the village, you can use Rionasta's parcel service to bank your logs. Rionasta will take any item to the bank for a fee of 10 trading sticks. Arctic pines give a good amount of experience and let you earn a decent amount of money. Pines can be found on the island of Neitiznot.

Level 75-85:

Once you have passed the level 75 mark, you will be able to cut yews much faster. You should only cut yews if you want to make money with Woodcutting. Very popular F2P places to train on yews are south of Edgeville bank, north of Varrock Palace, south of Falador, and near Draynor Village. On member worlds the most popular trees are found just south of Seer's Village, west of Catherby and at the Tree Gnome Stronghold. Those members who do not care about making money can switch to Eucalyptus trees, located north of Oo'glog. This type of tree gives a little less experience compared to yew trees, but requires a lower Woodcutting level and its location is generally less crowed. If you wish to bank the eucalyptus logs, you can either use the bank at Mobilising Armies or use the bank in Oo'glog (if you have completed the As a First Resort... quest). If you want more experience for less effort you should stick with willows, maples, and arcti pines. If you are only looking for experience then choking ivy is an option. However, you will not receive any logs form chopping it. It is not worth to spend your time on magic trees as the spots with magic trees are always overcrowded and at these levels it takes a lot of time to even get one inventory. For non-members, the best trees to cut are willows.

When you reach level 80 in woodcutting you can start sawmill training at the sawmill north-east of Varrock. All that you need to start sawmill training is a saw. To start you need to go to the sawmill and then go through a door to the right of the sawmill operator (the one that sell planks) and the speak to the person their. She will tell you to pick a task from the notice board by the entrance. Once you have your task take some logs from the log pile and add them to the machine, recommend that you do this a few times to save having to this in the middle of your task. Now take as many planks as you can and go over to the work bench and start your task. When you have made all the planks that you need for the task speak to the person again and finish the task. Alternatively, you can use a crystal saw for extra XP as you don't have to stop once the job has been finished.

Note: You do not get to keep any planks made here.

Level 85-99:

At this stage Woodcutting becomes one of the best skills for money making. From now on you can start cutting yews for experience and money. Although maples, willows, arctic pines, and choking ivy are still the best option if you want to get level 99 as soon as possible. You should only switch to magic trees if you are after money as they will not give much of experience compared to yews, maples, or willows. The best magic tree spots are located southwest of Lletya, southwest of Seers Village, at the Tree Gnome Stronghold and at the Mage training area. The Lletya location is the nearest one to a bank, and is even quicker with a teleport crystal, but requires Mourning's End Part I, and you should beware of the nearby wolves. Once you complete the Spirit of Summer quest you unlock the access to the Cursed Magic Tree. This tree looks like a normal magic tree but yields you a little more experience per log. The only downside to this tree is its access and the lack of a bank nearby. It can only be accessed through a portal in the Wilderness (level 23).

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Tree Respawn Times

Below, you will see a table with the respawn time of every tree in a different amount of populated worlds. As you can see, the respawn times are a lot faster in higher populated worlds, therefore it is recommended you cut trees in those worlds, do keep in mind that those are obviously busier too, however.

Tree Type Players
750 1000 1250 1500 1750 2000
Tree Respawn Time:
Regular 30-60 Sec 30-60 Sec 30-60 Sec 30-60 Sec 30-60 Sec 30-60 Sec
Oak 13.2 Sec 12.2 Sec 11.2 Sec 10.2 Sec 9.2 Sec 8.2 Sec
Willow 13.2 Sec 12.2 Sec 11.2 Sec 10.2 Sec 9.2 Sec 8.2 Sec
Maple 60 Sec 55 Sec 50 Sec 45 Sec 40 Sec 35 Sec
Yew 97.5 Sec 90 Sec 82.5 Sec 75 Sec 67.5 Sec 60 Sec
Magic 190 Sec 176 Sec 162 Sec 148 Sec 134 Sec 120 Sec
Elder* N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Crystal** N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

*Elder trees are unique in that once you begin cutting them, you will have 5 minutes of cutting time before it becomes inactive, after which you must wait 10 minutes before being able to cut it again. This applies across all worlds.

**Crystal trees cannot be cut down and so do not have a respawn time. However, only one tree on each world is active at a time. After 2 hours, the active tree will become inactive and a tree at another location will become active. You can 'Look at' an inactive tree to get a hint as to the direction of the currently active tree.

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Tips and Tricks:

  • Beaver familiars can be useful when woodcutting. For more information, please refer to the Summoning guide.
  • When wearing a Seers' headband (1, 2, 3, or 4) you will receive 2 logs instead of 1 when cutting regular trees.
  • When wearing a Seers' headband (2, 3, or 4) you will receive 10 XP extra per each Maple log cut.
  • Some helpful Woodcutting stat boosters include: Axeman's Folly, Axeman's Folly(m), and Spiced Stew.

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Jadinko Lair:

Within the Jadinko Lair, roots from Jade Vines can be found on the ceiling. Most of the time, they are harmless, but some have become mutated and are harmful to the jadinkos.

Cutting these roots will help the Jadinko Queen and also provide Woodcutting experience, as well as opportunities to earn Firemaking and Fletching experience. If you help the Jadinkos by cutting these down, they may place items on the offering stone for you.

Cutting the roots once will stop them from attacking you and cutting them a second time will allow you to harvest them to gain 4 roots. There are 3 types of roots:

  • Straight root - Can be cut to gain straight roots which can be fletched when dried over fires.
  • Curly root - Can be cut to gain curly roots which can be used for starting fires in the Lair's dry patches.
  • Mutated root - Can be cut to gain mutated vines which can be used to create sagaies or bolas.

Sometimes mutated roots may become healthy when cutting them. Beware of this - the Jadinko Queen will not take kindly to you cutting healthy roots.

For more information, visit the Jadinko Lair Map.

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Temporary level boosts and Quest rewards:

For more information on how to boost your level, see the Temporary Stat Leveling Techniques special report.

For XP rewards from quests, see the Quest Experience Guide special report.

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Cape of Accomplishment:

Once you have achieved level 99 Woodcutting visit Wilfred, located north of Falador. He will sell you a Woodcutting cape for 99,000 coins.

Cape of Accomplishment

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