Is this homebrew hunting and archery domain balanced compared to the official domains?

I am making a compendium of homebrew Cleric subclasses, spells and feats, but I want to make sure it is actually balanced and there are no glaring loopholes or broken combos with existing feats, spells, and subclasses before I release it. Is this homebrew Hunting&Archery Domain balanced compared to the other cleric subclasses?

The Hunt and Archery Domain

You worship those who will let you pursue your prey to the ends of the multiverse. Gods of hunting and archery include Artemis, Ullr, Solonor Thelandira, and Balinor.

Domain Spells

Level
1st Hunter’s Mark, Ensnaring Strike
3rd Locate Animals or Plants (R), Cordon of Arrows
5th Conjure Barrage, Haste
7th Dimension Door, Locate Creature
9th Swift Quiver, Hold Monster

Bonus Proficiencies

You gain proficiency in nature and in simple and martial ranged weapons.

Archery

You gain a +2 bonus to ranged weapon attack rolls.

Channel Divinity: Greater Hunter’s Mark

At second level, whenever you cast hunter’s mark, you can use your channel divinity to make the extra damage apply to all creatures who attack the targeted creature, not just you.

Channel Divinity: Tracking Beacon

At 6th level, whenever you make an attack roll with a ranged weapon, you can use your channel divinity to imbue it with tracking magic. On a hit, the target takes the usual damage. In addition, you know the exact distance, but not direction, to the target. If the target is in another plane, you know the plane. You can only have one creature tracked in this way at any one time. You can stop tracking a creature as an action.

Divine Shots

At 8th level, you gain the ability to infuse your weapon strikes with the divine energy. Once on each of your turns when you hit a creature with a ranged weapon attack, you can cause the attack to deal an extra 1d8 force damage. This increases to 2d8 damage at level 14.

Impossible Arrow

At level 17, you always have advantage on ranged weapon attacks, and your attacks ignore cover.