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From Zermatt to Milan

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I am planning on travelling from Zermatt to Milan.

I have looked at the train schedules, and I notice that I need to connect in Brig. Brig has two stations, Brig and Brig Bahnhofplatz. My train from Zermatt arrives in Brig Bahnhofplatz and I and I need to walk from this station to Brig station. The SBB website says it's a 7 min walk, but I only have 13 minutes between trains. Is the walk uphill, I will have my luggage with me. How big are both the stations? Is it easy to navigate both stations?

I really don't want to miss my train to Milan and be stuck in Brig for a few hours until the next train.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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