From Hundred Acre Woods to Narnia’s Western Woods, these are the top forests from your favorite Worlds. Is there one that is missing? Tell us what yours is and what you think of this list.
8.) The Jungle on the Island (LOST)
There is no name known for the island nor is there ever one given for the forest or the jungle. It is pretty much the center of all action that takes place. Full of mystery, lore and danger. The full size and magnitude of the jungle is never fully known.
7.) Western Woods (Chronicles of Narnia)
The wardrobe leads directly into the Western Woods and into the wonderful world of Narina. It is home to the Lamp Post, Mr. Tummnus’ home and leads to the Beaver Dam. It’s a great place to frolic if one likes snow and the peaceful quiet it brings. You must be careful though because there are a good deal of creatures that are looking for a nice snack. And keep an eye out for the White Witch.
6.) The Enchanted Wood (Dream Cycle)
Located in the Dreamlands it is mainly populated by the Zoogs. There is a strange haunted tree which grows in the forest whose seed originally came from the moon. Using the sap from the tree one can make a powerful drink by way of fermentation. There is a secret passage to the top of the Tower of Koth and from there into the kingdom of the Gugs in the Underworld.
5.) Forest of Burzee (The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus)
A huge forest withÂ large trees standing close together. This majestic woods is tightly packed with bushes and foliage. It’s quite dark and if any sun does get in it casts weird and strange shadows over the moss and lichen. There are clearings in the forest with green grass which is soft as velvet. Within Burzee you’ll find fairies, nymphs, gnomes, pixies, ryls, knooks and gigans. There are also a few evil creatures too though, like Shiegra the lionessÂ and Kahtah the tiger.
4.) Lost Woods (Zelda: A Link to the Past)
The Lost Woods appears in other Zelda titles but is seen first in A Link to the Past. It is where one can find the Master Sword and the Forest Temple. It’s a great place to find rabbits gallivanting around. The music is pleasant and at times you can catch a few rays of sun streaming through the branches.
3.) Hundred Acre Woods (Winnie the Pooh)
Home to Pooh, Rabbit, Eeyore, Tigger, Piglet, Roo, Kanga and others. You can play at Pooh’s house, Roo’s sandy pit, or the mud pools. There is the traps for Heffalumps, the Bee Tree and a way to the North Pole. It’s a great place for picnics and a terrific place to play poohsticks.
2.) Fangorn Forest (Lord of the Rings)
Home of Treebeard, and all the other Ents, and is actually named after the big papa himself. There are of course other forests (Mirkwood, Doriath, Lothlorien, etc) in Middle Earth but none quite as awesome as Fangorn. I would love to be Merry or Pippen riding on the branches of the eldest of the tree shepherds. What a terrific view of the lands you would have.
1.) Endor (Star Wars: Return of the Jedi)
This may be the largest forest of the bunch as it pretty much is just the entire planet. There is not a kid out there that has not wished to live either amongst or as an Ewok in their amazing tree houses. I know the first thing I did when I got home from the movie theater was go out back and scope out which trees I could build a new home in.