'Everyone should reach the wood' has the same meaning as 'Everyone should reach the forest'. Look up wood in dictionary - der Wald
You can say 'everyone should reach the wood' if you are talking about a specific place. It should be 'woods' if the meaning is 'reaching the trees'.
The two given translations "get into the forest" and "reach the forest" have a different meaning. In one case you go inside, in the other case you get to it and stop. So which is the correct translation?
what is the difference between "gelangen" and "eintreffen"
LEO dictionary says "to reach" for both. Is there a subtle or obvious difference between the meanings of the two verbs?