Don't be afraid to ask others for advice on a route or help with navigation - there are plenty of club members with lots of experience who are more than happy to help. The club also runs lectures/workshops on navigation, first aid (and other skills) so you can quickly learn to be confident with a map and compass out on the hill, and know what to do if something goes wrong.
The club tends to gravitate towards those mountains tabled by Sir Hugh Munro as being over 3000 feet (914m) high (the Munros). There are usually suitable options for those wanting to do anything from a simple valley walk to climbing seven Munros in a day. Many places also offer scrambling and climbing opportunities.
For more information about hillwalking, see this hillwalking fact file.