It comes just a fortnight after a woman in her 50s fell 200ft to her death while heading down the western face of Tyrfan in Ogwen Valley in the park.
The woman’s husband called the emergency services and was later escorted from the scene as Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue Team searched for her body.
Steck, 40, was on Everest to acclimatise before attempting to summit the world's tallest peak in May, using a never before climbed route.
Everest and neighbouring peak Nuptse share a common ridge, which is where Steck apparently slipped and fell, according to a government official.
An angry Steck swore never to return to Everest, telling a Swiss website that his "trust (was) gone".
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Mr Bullock, from Llanberis in north Wales, said he heard his friend scream the word “bear” and turned to see him being pursued across the snow by the animal, which pounced on top of him and “bit straight though his brand new boot as if it were a carpet slipper”.
“It lunged once more and crunched into his shin, placing a paw on his other leg before lifting him off the ground,” Mr Bullock wrote on his blog.