OSRS Woodcutting Guide: From Basics To 99

06.10.2023 - 09:39:14
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OSRS Woodcutting Guide: From Basics To 99

One of the finger things in Old School Runescape is having the ability to play the game to your liking. It's not just about slaying dragons and casting magic. In fact, some players take the role-playing aspect of the game so seriously, that they prefer becoming a humble but productive woodcutter instead.

If you want to start chopping down oak trees, teak trees, and more trees in Gielinor, then you've come to the right place. This is the ultimate OSRS Woodcutting guide that will help you become a master lumberjack in the game. Whether you want to become a lumberjack for your own reasons or to simply become a master of everything in the game this guide is for you.

What Is OSRS Woodcutting?

In OSRS, Woodcutting is a gathering skill that encompasses chopping trees for logs. Logs can then be used in other skills of the game. Specifically, logs can be used in Fletching, Firemaking, and Construction. Because of its versatility, Woodcutting is also considered one of the most profitable methods of getting rich in the game. If you check the Grand Exchange right now, you can see that there's always a demand for the various logs in the game.


It's one of the core gathering skills in the game. Also you can grow your own trees if you have the required farming level for it.

In OSRS, trees can be found just about anywhere. As that is the case, you'll always have a source of logs. Having a high enough level of Woodcutting means that you can get rich in the game quickly.

Although Woodcutting is a free-to-play skill in the game, you might want to consider getting a subscription for this skill because some of the trees can only be accessed by paying members. Still, this OSRS Woodcutting training guide will give you methods for both F2P and P2P. Before we dive deeper into Woodcutting, let's first take a look at the trees you can cut down in the game.

Types of Trees in OSRS

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Oak Willow Yew Magic

Woodcutting LevelTreeResourceXPMembership RequiredNotes
1TreeLogs25NoThis is the basic tree that you'll find in Gielinor. Every player in the game starts with chopping down these trees to begin their Woodcutting training. Aside from logs, you can also get buckets of sap if you have a knife and a bucket with you. This tree is found in many parts of the game, as such, it's always a good source of quick logs when needed.
1Tree (Tirannwn)Logs25YesThis is similar to a basic tree but is found exclusive to Tirannwn. What's different about them is that all of their variants can produce sap.
1Dying treeLogs25NoLocated mainly in Wilderness Lumber Yard, and Varrock areas. The tree may be dying but the yields are the same.
1Dead treeLogs or Charcoal25NoThese are located all around the map as well. They're darker than regular trees. If you want a specific area, you can check out around the Fishing Hamlet and east of the Lava Dragon Isle. Aside from logs, you can also get Charcoal from dead trees.
1Burnt treeCharcoal25YesLocated around Fossil Island Volcano. Only yields Charcoal.
1Evergreen treeLogs25NoThis type of tree is located mainly near Falador. You can also find it near Dwarven Mines, northwest of Barbarian Village, near Camelot Castle, and at Dragontooth Island. This tree can also be farmed for sap if you have a sap and a bucket.
1Jungle treeLogs25NoLocated exclusively in the Feldip Hunter area, Kharazi Jungle, and on Ape Atoll. It might be a bit harder to find a jungle tree specifically because it has several variations in the game.
1Achey treeAchey tree logs25YesThis tree is available only during the Big Chompy Bird Hunting quest so it's for members-only. It's used to create ogre bows and arrows which are very handy weapons to have.
10Light JungleThatch spar light32YesIt's found near Tai Bwoo Wannai. This tree can only be cut down using a machete. It's used specifically for the Tai Bwo Wannai minigame. Be careful though as cutting the tree often spawns an enemy such as broodoo victims, tribesmen, bush snakes, jungle spiders, and mosquito swarms.
15Oak treeOak logs37.5NoLocated mainly in woody areas. What's great about oak trees is that they can produce multiple logs per tree. It's used as one of the best training methods in OSRS because of the XP it brings.
20Medium JungleThatch spar med55YesLike light jungle trees, medium jungle trees can only be cut with a machete. It's also found near Tai Bwo Wannai and is used for the Cleanup minigame. Similar to light jungle trees, these can also spawn enemies.
30Willow treeWillow logs67.5NoWillow Trees are mainly found in bodies of water. For specific places, check them out in Port Sarim, Seers' Village, Draynor Village, and Champions' Guild. If you want a more peaceful farming area, head to the lake near Farmer Fred's Hut.
35Teak treeTeak logs85YesThese trees specifically drop teak logs which are useful if you're going to train Construction. These are rare trees that are usually found alone. Some areas where Teak trees spawn are in Castle Wars, Uzer, and Ape Atoll. Check out Hardwood Grove from time to time, as there's a huge cluster of them there usually.
35Dense JungleThatch spar dense80YesThese trees can also be cut with a machete and are found in Tai Bwo Wannai and used for the Cleanup minigame. Similar to the trees like it, it can also spawn enemies after being cut down so prepare well.
42Mature juniper treeJuniper logs35YesThese are trees that you can find in Hosidius, around northwest of the charcoal furnaces. You can get juniper charcoal from them, which are used in making dynamite for the minigame in Lovakengj. Keep in mind that you cannot burn Juniper logs to make charcoal. You can only get the charcoal from these trees by chance.
45Maple treeMaple logs100NoThis is a special tree found only in Kandarin, Fremennik, Corsair Cove Resource Area, Woodcutting Guild, and behind the Seers Village Bank. If you're able to complete the Kandarin Medium Diary, the XP yield increases to 110.
45Hollow treeBark82.5YesYou can check around Slepe and the Haunted Woods to find this type of tree. These can yield bark that is used to create Splitbark armor.
50Mahogany treeMahogany logs125YesMahogany trees are just as rare as the teak trees. They are used for mahogany logs, primarily used for training your construction skill. You can find Mahogany trees in Hardwood Grove, Ape Atoll, Kharazi Jungle. With high enough farming, you can grow this on Fossil Island too.
54Arctic pine treeArctic pine logs40YesIf you're going to enhance your Firemaking skill, it's best to use this tree instead of Woodcutting.
60Yew treeYew logs175NoIf you're going to be a F2P player, this is the highest leveled tree that you can cut. It's going to be your road to level 99 if ever.
62Blisterwood treeBlisterwood logs76YesOnly one tree can be cut down for this and it's located in the Arboretum in Darkmeyer.
65SulliuscepMushrooms, sulliuscep caps, Mort Myre fungi and unidentified fossils127YesYou can find this tree on the Tar Swamp on Fossil Island. They're very different from trees as they don't spawn. You'll instead see six sulliusceps around the area in a fixed rotation. It's very easy to farm and the rewards from it are well worth it.
75Magic treeMagic logs250YesThis is a members-only tree that isn't exactly used for farming logs. The rates at which the logs replenish are pretty slow compared to other trees. You can find this tree at the Mage Training Area, Sorcerer's Tower, and the area southwest of Camelot. You can also find a few of them if you walk around the bank inside Gnome Stronghold. While the places for these are pretty rare, the effort is well worth it as you're getting high XP and magic logs.
90Redwood treeRedwood logs380YesThese trees provide the highest XP yield out of any other trees in the game. They can either be found in the Woodcutting Guild or grown inside the Farming Guild. The best way to farm this tree for logs is by using a ladder to get to the branches as this prevents the chance of the tree being depleted.

How Does Woodcutting Mechanic Work In OSRS


There are two factors that affect Woodcutting in OSRS. First is the level of your Woodcutting skill. Next is the tier of the axe or weapon that you're using to chop the logs. The higher these two are, the faster you can chop trees in the game. It's good to have high Attack levels as this will allow you to equip better axes.

Here are the weapons you can use for chopping down trees.

Woodcutting LevelItemMembership RequiredDescription
1Bronze axeNoThe most basic axe in the game. Simple but reliable as it can cut most trees.
Iron axe
6Steel axe
11Black axe
21Mithril axe
31Adamant axe
35Blessed axeYesAn important axe as it's the only one that can be used to chop down Undead trees. The problem is that it can't chop any other tree in the game. It's primarily used in the Animal Magnetism quest. You'll also need a Slayer level of 18 to cut the tree/
41Rune axeNoCan be used on most trees. It's also one of the best axes that you can get if you're F2P.
41Gilded axe
61Dragon axeYesFeatures a special attack called Lumber Up. This gives you +3 to Woodcutting.
613rd age axe
61 &
85 Firemaking
Infernal axe This has the same benefits as the dragon axe, including Lumber Up. However, it can also burn ⅓ of the logs that you cut. Using this axe can also help bring up your Firemaking XP. Once the charges are completely depleted, it will act like a regular dragon axe.
71Crystal axeYesAlso lets you use Lumber Up. The main difference is that this axe requires crystal shards to use. It's not recommended to use this axe on low-level trees as you're going to waste crystal shards. It also behaves similarly to the dragon axe once the charge is depleted. Before you can use this, you'll need to complete the Song of the Elves.

Aside from this, you also have access to machetes which can be used to cut trees in specific parts of the map.

MacheteUsed to cut light, medium, and dense jungle trees.Used in the jungle of Karamja.
Opal machete
Jade machete
Red topaz machete

Best Axes for Wood Cutting in OSRS

For F2P players, the best axes are Rune Axe and the Gilded Axe. Both give you the highest Woodcutting rate for all trees accessible to you. For P2P players, the best choice is the Crystal Axe of course. Even without the Lumber Up bonus, it's still a formidable Axe to use.

If you are a P2P player and if you have 60 Attack you can equip a dragon hatchet and use its special attack to gain +3 Woodcutting regardless of your level.

Machetes are great but keep in mind that they can only be used in the jungle of Karamja.

Most of the trees in the game have the same mechanics when they're being cut. However, all trees in the game have different chances to chop a log depending on your angle when cutting it. If you have a high Woodcutting level and a good axe, you'll have a higher success rate to spawn a log.

Once cut, trees will despawn and will reappear after a set time has been reached. This timer will start once you do the first cut on the tree. Here's a look at the timer for each tree.

TreeDespawn time
Oak tree27 seconds
Willow tree30 seconds
Teak tree30 seconds
Maple tree1 minute
Hollow tree36 seconds
Mahogany tree1 minute
Arctic pine tree1 minute, 24 seconds
Yew tree1 minute, 54 seconds
Magic tree3 minutes, 54 seconds
Redwood tree4 minutes, 24 seconds

What Is The Woodcutting Guild

If you're subscribed to an OSRS membership, then you should definitely join the Woodcutting Guild. This is located in the southwestern corner of Hosidius. You'll need at least a level 60 in Woodcutting, as well as a 75% favor in Hosidius. Keep in mind that you can enter this guild below level 60 but that is if you have boosted levels.


Once inside the guild, you'll receive an invisible +7 boost to your Woodcutting. It can stack with other boosts that you have. While you're inside the Woodcutting Guild, Forestry Events won't happen.

Lumberjack Outfit in OSRS

Now, before we get to the leveling guide, you should first get the Lumberjack Outfit. This is a very important set of gear. It gives you up to a 2.5% bonus to Woodcutting XP. That might not seem much but that can pretty much stack to give you a hefty extra bonux XP overall. Each piece of the gear gives you different values for bonus XP.

ItemXP Bonus
Lumberjack hat0.4%
Lumberjack top0.8%
Lumberjack legs0.6%
Lumberjack boots0.2%
Set bonus0.5%
Full set2.5%

How To Get Lumberjack Set

  1. Forestry Shop

If you don't want trouble and have a ton of anima-infused bark, then you can buy the entire set from the Forestry Shop. Each of the pieces is sold at a specific number of barks and specific logs, as seen below.

  • Lumberjack hat: 1,200 Anima-infused bark, 200 yew logs, 100 magic logs
  • Lumberjack top: 1,500 Anima-infused bark, 60 yew logs, 120 magic logs, 120 redwood logs
  • Lumberjack legs: 1,300 Anima-infused bark, 160 yew logs, 140 magic logs
  • Lumberjack boots: 1,000 Anima-infused bark, 100 maple logs, 200 yew logs

If you want the full set, you'll need a total of 5,000 Anima-infused bark, 620 yew logs,120 redwood logs, 360 magic logs, and 100 maple logs. The logs are acquired from their respective trees. However, you'll need more effort for the anima-infused bark.

Anima-infused bark is a currency used inside the Forestry Shop specifically. You can earn this by completing forestry events you can come across while Woodcutting. All players can obtain anima-infused bark but only members can actually spend it.

You can earn a lot of Anima-infused bark while getting the other requirements for the Lumberjack set. You can also get more while you're training Woodcutting.

  1. Temple Trekking

If you're leveling up your combat skills as well, you can try your luck against undead lumberjacks who can drop pieces of the set when killed. These enemies can be found during the Temple Trekking minigame in Paterdomus and Burgh de Rott.

Before doing this method, make sure to finish the Darkness of Hallowvale quest first. This gives you two places to choose as your starting point for the minigame. The event you're looking for is specifically the one where you're tasked with crossing a bridge that needs to be repaired.

If you trigger this event, look around and check if there are no trees around the area. This is a sign that you can trick the game into spawning the lumberjacks again and again, thus making you farm them easier.

You'll be tasked with slaying the lumberjacks to get planks that will be used to fix a bridge. When the lumberjacks drop planks, do not pick them up. This will force the swamp to spawn more lumberjacks. The set pieces for the Lumberjack set have a 25% droprate each. If you accidentally repair the bridge, you can cross it and then head back to the swamp to cause more enemies to spawn. However, this is more time-consuming.

Though this route to getting the lumberjack set is more dangerous, it's a lot faster compared to farming for logs and anime-infused bark. Make sure you're well-equipped and prepped with healing items as the drop rates for the pieces of the set are relatively low.

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OSRS Level 1-99 F2P Woodcutting Guide

Now we get to the most exciting part of the guide, which is helping you get to level 99 Woodcutting in the most efficient and profitable way possible. Let's start with F2P levels first.

Leveling with an F2P account can be tough considering that you don't have access to high-tier logs and axes for training. Hard as it may be, it's still possible to do.

Level 1-15: Trees

Woodcutting training can be long and perilous. Regardless of what count you're on however, you'll have to start with cutting regular trees. Each tree gives you around 25 experiences per log. There are several places where you can start. Namely, look for the large patch of trees south of the Grand Exchange, in the western region of Lumbridge Castle, and even outside Draynor Manor. If you want to sell your logs quickly, go for the Grand Exchange location.

To get to level 15, you'll need to get around 97 logs. This nets you a profit of 3,880 coins as well, which is necessary for upgrading your axe.

Levels 15-30-99: Oak Trees


Once you've reached level 15, you can move towards cutting oak trees which net you a higher experience per log yield. Although oak trees are pretty common in OSRS, you'll want to look for them specifically on the southwestern region of Varrock west bank, south of Falador's southern gates, one near Draynor Village's banks, and more in the easter area of Rimmington.

If you want to spend less time waiting for the trees to spawn, you can rotate around these spots for consistent Woodcutting.

Now, if you're content with a route you've created for oak tree farming, you can actually stay on that route until you reach level 99. Here's a quick chart on how long it will take for you to get to 99 by farming oak trees.

StartEndLogsXP GainedGP Profit

How To Do The 2-Tick Oaks Trick

This trick essentially takes advantage of auto-retaliate, which allows you to artificially reset the cooldown before a log is capable of being cut again. It's a bit complex but the extra trouble is well worth it.

To begin, you'll need a short bow that's in the rapid attack setting. Make sure to have no arrows equipped, and to have your best axe inside your inventory. You should also have Confuse and Curse runes. Alternative, you can substitute this for armor that can splash and carry more runes for extra damage spells. If you're wearing heavy armor though, bring extra Energy potions as you'll need them.

With all these prepared, head to the southern gates of Falador and look for the nearest pair of oak trees. You'll know you have the right tree if there are two rats nearby. Use Confuse or any of your splashing spells to lure these rats near the trees. This is the most challenging part of the trick as the rats can move at random.

Once the rats are near the trees and are attacking you, start making small movements away from them. You'll need to have the rats stagger their attack animations in a way that they trigger once every two ticks. If you're hit with one of the two ticks and the damage is 0, click on one of the two trees and on the alternating ticks. This will cause a log to appear in your inventory. With this pattern, you have a chance to get a log for every two ticks instead of the usual 4.

It might be hard to master but this trick can save you a lot of time in the long run.

Level 30/60-99: Willow Trees


You can move towards chopping Willow Trees once you reach level 30. If you may have noticed, Willow trees have less XP compared to oak trees. However, it's a lot closer to the bank in Draynor Village. This short distance lets you easily farm willow trees without spending a lot of time traveling back and forth between areas. Because of this short distance, you're able to gain the same amount of XP with less effort.

There are a few places to farm willow trees but our most recommended is the patch of trees southwest of the bank in Draynor Village. The only challenge here is that there are aggressive dark wizards lurking around the area. Another tree close to a bank is one that's near the east of Edgeville, making it easy for you to go back and forth.

If you're not planning to use the bank, however, you should just go to the east area of the Rusty Anchor Inn in Port Sarim. You can also farm willows around east of Farmer Fred's house in Lumbridge, southeast of Rimmington, south of Port Sarim jail, and east of Champion's Guild.

If you're planning to reach level 99 with willow trees, here's a quick chart of the amount you'll need to get.

StartEndLogsXP GainedGP Profit

How To Do The 3-Tick Willow Trick

Like the 2-tick oak trick, you can also trick willow trees into giving you more changes at logs per tick. To do this, however, you need to complete a Christmas event and have the snow globe in your inventory. The oak trick uses rats for tick manipulation but this trick will use the snow globe instead.

Once you have the snow globe prepared, look for a pair of willow trees that are close enough to each other, then you can chop both of them without having to move from your spot. Use the snow option on your snow globe, which will then summon a pile of snow under your character.

The game gives you a 7-tick delay before dropping the pile of snow. On the first tick, click the snow. On the second click, shift-click to drop willow logs from your inventory. On the third tick, click the willow tree. Repeat this pattern over and over.

A pile of snow can last for 24 ticks. After 24 ticks, make sure to click the snow command on your snow globe again. This gives you a chance to cut a willow log for every 3 ticks, instead of 4 ticks. Again, the trick is very confusing but if you're a F2P player, this is the highest possible source of XP for Woodcutting so it's worth the time.

To give you a better idea, at level 30 Woodcutting, you can get around 20,000-28,000 XP without the 3-tick trick. If you have the trick, you're looking at 26,000-37,240.

Level 45-99 Maple Trees


In OSRS, maple trees give lower XP per log compared to the willow trees. The yield becomes even lower if you're using the 3-tick trick explained above. The reason why you might want to consider maple trees is that they're actually a whole lot easier to AFK train compared to other trees. The best and only place to cut maple trees if you're a F2P player is the Corsair Cove Resource Area. It has 4 trees and is quite far from the bank. You also need to complete Dragon Slayer I before entering the area.

Lastly, you'll need to start the Corsair Curse quest to access the Corsair Cove. For a better look at the yields of maple trees, refer to the table below.

StartEndLogsXP GainedGP Profit

OSRS Level 1-99 P2P Woodcutting Guide

If you're using a P2P account, then you're in luck as Woodcutting training is significantly easier for paying players. It's a lot less work too. Here's what you need to do first.

Level 1-26: Quests

While you can definitely start leveling by cutting trees, it's best to do quests for the early levels of P2P training. If you do the quests below, you can get from levels 1 to 26 pretty quickly.

  1. Monk's Friend

This quest sees you helping the monk of Ardougne Monastery for a party they're preparing. It's an easy quest that tasks you with doing a few chores. Start this quest by speaking to Brother Omad in the Ardougne Monastery. This quest will reward you with 2000 Woodcutting experience.

  1. Enlightened Journey

In this quest, you'll help Entrana monk Auguste, set up a hot air balloon system. You need only to speak to August in Entrana to begin this quest. This quest will reward you with 1500 Woodcutting experience.

  1. Icthlarin's Little Helper

This is the first quest for the Desert quest series. To start this quest, you'll need to talk to the wanderer near the Agility Pyramid. This quest will reward you with 4000 Woodcutting experience.

  1. Skrach Uglogwee

This is a subquest in the Recipe for Disaster series so you'll have to start that first. This quest will reward you with 1500 Woodcutting experience.

If you're getting tired of doing quests, you can shift back to cutting trees up until you reach level 15. However, doing these four quests nets you 9,000 XP which is relatively big.

Level 15-35: Oak trees

The P2P leveling route goes basically the same way as the F2P leveling route. As such, once you reach level 15 through trees or level 26 through questing, you'll need to go cut oak trees again. You'll need around 534 logs to reach level 35 at this part of the training.

If you know how to do the oak tree 2-tick trick or the willow 3-tick trick, you should do them to get to level 35 a lot faster.

Level 35-99: Teak trees


You can get to level 99 Woodcutting by focusing on Teak trees. However, that's if you're able to master another tick manipulation trick. If you don't want to use tick manipulation again, you can still stick to teak tree cutting to get to level 65.

How To Do The 1.5 Tick Teak Trick

It's a bit of a tongue twister but this trick is definitely worth mastering for this training Woodcutting. Aside from that, the trick is very click-intensive too. To do this trick, you'll first need to go to Fossil Island.

To begin this trick, you'll need to set up a 3-tick cycle and manage tiles around hardwood patches. For the 3-tick cycle, the best possible options in Fossil Island are swamp tars on a clean herb. With this trick, you can receive around two logs at once around every three ticks.

For this trick, you're also going to want to have an infernal axe. It reduces the amount of logs you need for training. As an extra measure, make sure to bring as many stamina potions as you can as well.

The rates for this 1.5-tick Woodcutting trick is that the rates can be very varied depending on how well you perform. At max performance, you're able to get around 215,000-220,000 XP per hour. If you've yet to master this trick, you can still expect around 200,000-210,000 per hour.

Level 62-90: Blisterwood Tree


If the teak tree tick trick is a bit complicated for you, you can always proceed to cut more trees. This time, you should focus on cutting the blisterwood tree in Darkmeyer. While the tree itself is easy to get to, the process for unlocking that is a bit longer. You'll have to complete the Sins of the Father quest first which is a bit long.

What's great about the blisterwood tree is that it never depletes. However, there's a 10% chance that your character is going to stop cutting the tree. If that happens, you'll simply need to start cutting the tree again.

This is a good and low-effort way to get to level 90 easily.

Level 65-99: Sulliuscep Mushroom Trees

To get to 99 at another low-effort means, you can start using sulliuscep mushroom trees as well. These are located on Fossil Island, specifically, they're located in the Tar Swamp - located southwestern part of the island.


When you're in the area, you can see around 6 of these trees scattered around the map. However, there's always only one tree that is large enough to be chopped down. Each location of that sulliuscep tree is different for players. Once you chop the mushroom down, head outside and look for the next area where the sulliuscep mushroom tree will spawn in.

Due to the fact that the area isn't dangerous and that you're only really farming one tree at a time, there's less effort needed to get to level 99 using this method.

Level 90-99: Redwood Trees

Redwood trees do not offer a better experience rate however it is the best method to AFK some Woodcutting levels.

Experience rates depend on your level, when using the infernal or the dragon axe, you can expect to gain around 55K-60K experience per hour at level 90 Woodcutting. This increases to 65K per hour at level 99. With the crystal axe you can gain up to around 70K-75K experience per hour.

Useful Woodcutting Items

Obviously, axes are a clear inclusion on this list. However, there are a few other items that you might want to give you the edge when it comes to Woodcutting.

  1. Woodcutting Cape

This increases your Woodcutting by one level. You also have an additional 10% to drop bird nests while cutting trees.

  1. Axeman's Folly

Increases Woodcutting by 1. Aside from that, it gives you 1 Hitpoint, and up to 2 on Attack and Strength.

  1. Mature Axeman's Folly

An upgraded version of Axeman's Folly. It adds 1 to all values you get from Axeman's Folly.

  1. Spicy Stew

Can give you around 0-5 on Woodcutting. It also gives you 11 Hitpoints.

Quests That Give Woodcutting Experience

If you're feeling tired of cutting wood again and again, you can shift to doing these quests for extra Woodcutting XP as well.

Other requirements
Enlightened Journey1,500-Quest Points - 20
Firemaking - 20
Farming - 30
Construction - 36
Recipe for Disaster
(Skrach Uglogwee subquest)
1,500-Cooking - 41
Firemaking - 20
Heroes' Quest1,575-Quest Points - 55
Cooking - 53
Fishing - 53
Herblore - 25
Mining - 50
Monk's Friend2,000--
Animal Magnetism2,50035Slayer - 18
Construction - 19
Ranged - 30
The Eyes of Glouphrie2,50045Construction - 5
Magic - 46
The Fremennik Trials2,81240Fletching - 25
Crafting - 40
Icthlarin's Little Helper4,000--
The Fremennik Isles10,00056Construction - 20
Agility - 40
Crafting - 46
Song of the Elves40,00070Agility - 70
Construction - 70
Farming - 70
Herblore - 70
Hunting -70
Mining - 70
Smithing - 70
Grim Tales60,00071Farming - 45
Herblore - 52
Thieving - 58
Agility - 59

A Lumberjack's Life For You

Woodcutting in OSRS is honestly very intensive and tiring. However, it can be one of the most profitable skills to have in the game as well. There are quite a few tricks here that will help you get to level 99 in no time. At the end of the day, your efforts are going to be well rewarded.

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