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@johnE, not in my experience, toilet charges, queues for toilets and lack of toilets are the main correlation. Toilets downstairs can deter use as well, as it is difficult to navigate stairs in ski boots.

Carrying a flask in a backpack itself causes no need to visit a toilet, it is the drinking of coffee which fills the bladder.
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I counted the number of times I needed a pee when skiing at Glencoe on Friday. I went at the base once before first uplift. Then I had a pee in the on hill cafe hut, and 2 further pees in the Eagle Nest toilets. Another one at lunchtime at the car park toilet. I did not need one before I left the car park in the evening, but was needing again when I got home.

I did drink a 1 litre flask of coffee though, mostly at lunchtime but the final cup was before I drove home.

Let us say that is 5 in total between 8.30 and 6 pm. I avoided peeing in the snow this time, as I discovered the Eagles nest toilets are easily accessible, and usually quite devoid of queues.

I am not on any medication to increase my urine excretion, although caffeine probably increases the rate. It is mainly my need to drink fluids, which causes this problem, but according to the internet when I drink normal amounts of fluid I pee about the average number of times per day.
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