The Australian climber fell to death in an accident when he toppled the peak near Mount Everest in eastern Nepal.
Michael Jackson, Michael Geoffrey Davis, 33, died on Mount Ama Dablam on Thursday, while a group of 15 years old topped the Himalayan summit at 6812 m.
The accident happened when the climbers fell from the camp after a strong wind.
Former engineer Ausgrid fell to his death after a huge rock fell and damaged the ropes he used to descend to the mountain, Himalayan Timesprijavili. Nobody else was hurt.
An airborne operation was carried out, and Mr. Davis's body was taken to Kathmand for post-mortem, said Top Himalaya Guides, General Manager, Tshering Pande Bhote.
It was first visited by Mr. Davis in the highest mountain area in the world, but earlier in the five-hour expedition he climbed to two other peaks, according to the words Nevcastle Herald.
Mr. Davis on October 29 released several photos on Facebook after he came to Nepal, saying he was "very excited" for his expedition.
"So I just started a five-year expedition to climb to the most beautiful Nepal peak Ama Dablam. After nine months of training and training, he finally started, very excited."
Mr. Davis' family will allegedly travel to Nepal today to bring their bodies home.
In the meantime, friends and family have taken to the social media to give recognition to the adventurer with an "addictive smile".
"It's very sad to hear a member of the climbing club Michael Geoffrei Davis passed away at Ama Dablam in Nepal," wrote friend Declan Verlin.
"I'm glad I had the pleasure of climbing and walking with Michael and I always remember his addictive smile and positive vibrations that you can not help but absorb them. Good young people die My thoughts are with his family."
The other friend, Dean Spong, said the 33-year-old has a unique "life for life".
"The world today is a more despondent place. Our mother Michael left us to do what he liked, winning the boxes and hollows of the world most of which we only dream about," Spong wrote.
"Your gems and life for life have been truly unique in character that has had the ability to make life and entertainment easier when you were nearby. Your influence on us is inconceivable. We will miss you."
Originally published as an Aussie climber to death in Nepal