I apologize in advance as I'm sure this is available somewhere, but I can't find it conveniently.
What is a good resource for estimating how many ounces of water per hour you should drink, depending on hiking conditions.
I'm planning a clockwise thru-hike of the Tahoe Rim Trail in early October. From Tahoe City to the end at Kingsbury grade south,(about 80 miles I'm planning on doing in 4 days, 3 nights) the mileages between reliable water sources are approximately 12.5(Watson Lake), 17.2(Gray Lake), 5.6(Snow Pond), .71(Galena Falls),4.1(Ophir Creek), 14.35(Marlette Lake), 8.8(Spooner Lake), and 13(Kingsbury Grade North).
I'm just trying to figure out how much water I need to be carrying. Assuming daytime highs of 65 degrees with lots of exposure and plenty of elevation gain and loss.
Thanks for any advice or links to relevant threads.