Find some privacy. Then you need to find a low bush, rock, etc. Or, get a group of friends to create a privacy wall for you. Whatever you choose, do the squat test first and make sure from your viewpoint you are hidden — or ask a hiking friend to check if they can see you.
Yes, I’ve tried them all.
I just got back from some amazing bicycle travel in a remote region of Patagonia. It was like a backpacking trip on two wheels: spectacular, peaceful, and wild. Once accustomed to the solitude and self-reliance I felt strong, calm, and capable. I realized things had gotten a little weird, though, when I finally spent a night in a hostel in town. When nature called, I actually felt annoyed that I needed to leave my room and walk all the way down the hall to pee in a real toilet. Just peeing behind a tree or wherever would have been so much easier.
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But privacy is an issue, and so is snow. I don't mind squatting, but then I don't have knee issues. For me, the biggest problem is lack of washing facilities near my favorite bushes. Unfortunately, for women, drip drying is just not a great option, as you eventually start to smell like a substandard nursing home. I refuse to leave bits of toilet paper lying around, even buried.
Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. Simply put, GoGirl is the way to stand up to crowded, disgusting, distant or non-existent bathrooms. GoGirl is easy to use. Just hold GoGirl against your body, forming a seal. Aim and, well, pee. Pretty simple, huh?