Maple Tree

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Maple Trees are trees that can be cut down with level 45 Woodcutting, giving the player 100 woodcutting experience per maple log. This can be increased to 110 woodcutting experience per log by equipping a Seers' headband 2 or better. On Miscellania cutting Maple Trees raises popularity and only gives 0.1 experience.

Locations[edit | edit source]

Region Location Members Trees Notes
Kandarin Seers' Village Yes 9 4 behind bank, 3 in front, 2 right of courthouse
Kandarin North of McGrubor's Wood Yes 42
Kandarin West of Sinclair Mansion Yes 24
Fremennik Province Miscellania Yes 10 Gives 0.1 experience per tree
Daemonheim Daemonheim Peninsula resource dungeon No 9 Requires: Level 30 Dungeoneering
Misthalin Mage Arena Yes 2
The old look of the Maple tree.

Note: Free players can only chop Maple Trees at the Daemonheim Peninsula resource dungeon. The most efficient way to bank the logs is to use the ring of kinship to teleport to Daemonheim and then run back to the mysterious entrance. There is also a ship nearby that can sail to Al Kharid where there is a bank near the dock.

Respawn rate[edit | edit source]

Respawn time does not depend on world population and Maple Trees will always respawn in 53 seconds.

Farming[edit | edit source]

Main article: Maple Tree (Farming)

Loot[edit | edit source]

Main[edit | edit source]

Item Members Quantity Rarity GE price High Alch
Maple logs.png: RS3 Maple Tree drops Maple logs with rarity Always in quantity 1Maple logsF2P icon.png1Always10748

Nests loot table[edit | edit source]

Bird's nests have a chance of falling out of this tree.
At level 24 Hunter, wearing a strung rabbit foot gives a better chance of getting drop.
At level 80 Woodutting, wearing a tree-shaking scrimshaw will increase the chance by 300%.
At level 80 Woodutting, wearing a superior tree-shaking scrimshaw will increase the chance by 400%.
Item Members Quantity Rarity GE price High Alch
Bird's nest (ring).png: RS3 Maple Tree drops Bird's nest (ring) with rarity Rare in quantity 1Bird's nest (ring) (m)P2P icon.png1RareNot soldNot alchemisable
Bird's nest (seeds 1).png: RS3 Maple Tree drops Bird's nest (seeds 1) with rarity Rare in quantity 1Bird's nest (seeds 1) (m)P2P icon.png1RareNot soldNot alchemisable
Bird's nest (raven egg).png: RS3 Maple Tree drops Bird's nest (raven egg) with rarity Rare in quantity 1Bird's nest (raven egg) (m)P2P icon.png1RareNot soldNot alchemisable
Bird's nest (red egg).png: RS3 Maple Tree drops Bird's nest (red egg) with rarity Rare in quantity 1Bird's nest (red egg) (m)P2P icon.png1RareNot soldNot alchemisable
Bird's nest (blue egg).png: RS3 Maple Tree drops Bird's nest (blue egg) with rarity Rare in quantity 1Bird's nest (blue egg) (m)P2P icon.png1RareNot soldNot alchemisable
Bird's nest (green egg).png: RS3 Maple Tree drops Bird's nest (green egg) with rarity Rare in quantity 1Bird's nest (green egg) (m)P2P icon.png1RareNot soldNot alchemisable

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 9 November 2009 (Update):
    • Fixed a texturing problem with maple tree stumps.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

A maple tree in RuneScape Classic
  • Before the Dungeoneering update on 19 July 2010, maple trees could only be cut on a members world, despite maple logs not being a members-only item. Free players could only obtain maple logs by buying them from members.
  • When a player chops down a maple tree in Runescape HD, the tree stump appears similar to its low detail counterpart.
  • This tree's examine text is a reference to the sap obtained from maple trees that is used make syrup in real life.
  • Previously, maple trees looked like yew trees but with red-orange leaves.
  • Maple trees received a graphical update on 17 August 2011. However, the new look could only be seen on the Daemonheim Woodcutting Island or player-grown trees.
  • After the 6 March 2012 update for the gnome lands, the wood-bearing tree patches that were planted in the area were glitched.
  • On 20 March 2012, all maple trees were graphically updated except for ones that were planted in player-owned houses.
  • Until the release of elder and crystal trees, maple trees were marked on the map with the "rare tree" symbol.