We're trying to plan a whirlwind trip of WY and MT in 10 days at the end of June. We have unfortunately only three days in GNP, and we want to get as much hiking in as possible. We will be leaving very early on Monday July 28th and making the drive up from Yellowstone NP, which is about 8 hours per googlemaps. We know we won't be able to get a campsite arriving in the late afternoon, so we were going to get a hotel for that night and then leave very early (6am) to drive to either Many Glacier Campground or the Two Medicine Campground and try to secure a spot for the next two days, and then we're heading over to the west side of GNP for one night. We want to hike the Iceberg Lake Trail for sure, and then another day of hiking on the east side, and then planning on hiking the Highline Loop Trail on the West side the third day and finding a campsite over there.We already called all the hotels in the GNP and they are booked for all of July. We are trying to figure out if we should try and find a hotel outside the park for the first night and then attempt to find a campsite at Many Glacier CG early the next morning so we can set up camp quick and then go right to hiking the Iceberg Trail, or if we should stay in a motel like the Dancing Bears Inn and go with Two Medicine CG near that since we are planning on taking the Going to the Sun Road to the west side a couple of days later anyway. We're in our early 30's, are adventurous, and are basically just looking for beautiful views and a place to lay our heads at night. We don't have any particular budget restrictions, but would much prefer to tent camp rather than stay in a motel. Any advice given would be very much appreciated!