This segment of Rocky Mountain Greenway follows the east edge of Standley Lake and then crosses into Westminster Hills Open Space. It is a collection of paved and unpaved paths in the south starting at Little Dry Creek Trail
, crossing under 86th Parkway and following the shore of Standley Lake north until it joins a series of two tracks and dirt roads below the Standley dam, intersects the terminus of Big Dry Creek Trail
, climbs along the spillway, passes the campground and Standley Lake North Open Space Park and Nature Center, then crosses W 100th Avenue into Westminster Hills Open Space where it eventually dead ends at the north edge of the park.
Eventually, the Rocky Mountain Greenway is intended to connect the 3 National Wildlife Refuges in the Denver area with Rocky Mountain National Park, but very little is complete as yet.
More info can be found here: rockymtngreenway.org