According to many websites (such as ancientpages), Native American girls/young women don't go on vision quests.
Ancient pages describes the reasoning behind it as:
When a boy is young, he must try to understand his purpose in life. Therefore, he must experience a vision quest.
I would think that similar reasoning would apply to young women as well. Does this policy vary by tribe? Are young women not seen as people who go on quests?
Why is this and what is the anthropology/history behind it?
EDIT 0: As Wallace pointed out, it is unreasonable to try and determine if there exited a tribe that had young women go on vision quests as it would require a O(n) index search to determine.
Perhaps rephrasing the question as: Was the average/general strain of thought at the time that only young men go on vision quests, and that women don't? Bonus for the sociological reasoning behind it.