Or maybe you're worried about being able to squat while out and about. Your knees feel fine when hiking, but not when bending at 90 degrees or more. Believe it or not, urinating in a bottle is your best solution, regardless of the situation. Although most of us don't have quite the aiming capability that guys do, with a little practice we can develop pretty good control over our urine stream—enough to pee into a wide-mouth water bottle if we can get it up close to us. Other alternatives include using recycled plastic food tubs and zip-close plastic bags.
Peeing Figures in European Art / Toilets of the World
Peeing outdoors is as simple as finding a secluded spot and popping a squat, right? Theoretically, sure—but in reality, everything from uneven terrain to tight hip flexors can throw you off your game and, as a result, your The mechanics of relieving yourself in the great outdoors can be challenging if you struggle with mobility and flexibility, like most modern desk jockeys do, or if you have a hard time staying steady on your feet. Finding the right spot can be tricky, too: level and unobstructed, yet off the beaten path and somewhat private.
Insider’s Guide: Mastering the art of squatting at a festival (without peeing on yourself)
When we were offered press passes to yet another outdoor festival, we seriously weighed the pros and cons. Of course, one thing you can always count on is that going to the bathroom will be a terrible, nightmarish experience. Especially for girls.
During the day, I pee into little containers and empty them into the nearest toilet. Straightforward stuff. When it became too difficult for me to sit up in bed and use a container, much like I do in my wheelchair, the difficulties began. For a few years, I had the strength and dexterity to roll over on my side.