You might need to search for "Pico Urriellu" instead.
We used "Cordillera Cantabrica" guidebook by Niguel Adrados. Topos are good; it would have been helpful to have some spanish for access description to other areas, but we managed without. Only other downsides were that it's a bit of a hefty brick and quite expensive
I don't want to part with my copy but if you have a specific route in mind I'm happy to send you the pictures. It's worth noting that while the general descriptions of the faces/approaches are translated, the route descriptions are only in Spanish. It's fairly formulaic though and easy to decipher even if you don't speak Spanish.
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