The best place to chop oak trees in F2P is Draynor Village. There is an oak tree just east of the bank. Since oak trees regenerate very quickly, there is not much downtime.
It will take logs to reach level 99 Woodcutting through chopping Redwoods.
Depending on Woodcutting levels and axe, players can chop – 1, oak logs, equivalent to 34, –. While there are many yew spots in OSRS, the best F2P spot would be behind the Varrock Palace, and the best member spot for yew trees is inside the Woodcutting Guild. There are a total of three Yew Trees behind the Varrock Palace, and this spot is very popular.
Meaning competition for logs may be an issue for those with lower woodcutting levels. Mahogany trees are relatively sparse. A good area to cut them is Ape Atoll. Depending on levels, players can chop mahogany logs (, -coins) per hour.
Players should get to Ape Atoll as they did in Monkey Madness I via Daero; otherwise, advanced players, who have freed Awowogei, can use Ape Atoll Teleport. Levels 15– Oak trees From level 15 to 35, the player should cut oak trees.
Some of the swamp bubbles are named Tar Bubbles and they spawn Tar Monsters that have a max hit of 11 and deal Typeless Ranged damaged.
Each log gives Woodcutting experience. logs are required to reach level Even though willow trees become available at level 30, cutting oak trees offers slightly faster experience at these levels.
The fastest method on average to receive the beaver is by cutting teak trees, as their ratio of cutting speed to pet chance is by far the highest. This can be made even faster through tick manipulation. May 06, On 5/2/ at PM, Sy_Accursed said: Either near sorcerer's tower or near lleyta.
but that aside: Cutting mage tree sucks. They are soooooooooo slow they work out worse money and xp than yews. Sorcerer's Tower, there are 4 Magic Trees there, they're about