The Spurflints are a series of cliff walls which make up the southeastern edge of the Sundom. The cliff walls have a distinctive zigzag structure, which gets more uniform with each ascending layer.
The climate is typically dry and arid, although some flora and fauna still manages to grow here.
- The Spurflints appear to be a conflation of the Comb Ridge in the Comb Wash and the San Rafael Reef in the San Rafael Swell, both triangular rock chains in Utah. The latter would be more correct in geographic relation to the identification of The Jewel as Monument Valley, the former for Eagle Canyon.
- The Spurflints have a significant amount of Tramplers compared to other regions.
- This is based on visual comparisons and their relative locations to other features.